Severe Tendonitis From Cipro

by Judith
(Coos Bay, Oregon, USA)

After five courses of Cipro in one year, I develped painful tendonitis of the shoulders, arms and hands (across the supraspinatus, extensor pollicis longus and the subscapularis) with sporadic sharp tendon pains in knees, ankles, etc.


I had two courses in December and these pains were grossly exacerbated after the first, but no connection was made and the second course was given.

These pains keep me awake at night and I cannot function, nor do not have the use of my wrists or hands for several hours every morning.

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Tendonitis from Cipro
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen

Hi Judith,

I'm sorry that you had to go through this. Cipro Tendonitis is a well-known side effect, despite the fact that most doctors are unaware of these problems and will even deny it. But there is plenty of research showing that tendonitis is a common problem with the Quinolone Antibiotics. Since this is a common problem, and your doctor failed to inform you of this problem when he should have told you to stop if you had any issues, you may want to talk to a Medical Malpractice Lawyer to see if you have a case.




In any case, the next step is to do everything that you can to get your functioning back. And in my opinion, the best way to do that is to follow the protocol in the Levaquin Tendonitis Solution.

This will give your body the best opportunity possible to heal. I look forward to seeing you on the forums and hearing about your progress.


Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
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