Swollen Knees and Feet after Taking Avelox

I was prescribed avelox for a lung infection for 10 days. After taking it for six days I now have VERY swollen and painful knees and feet!! I'm also coughing a lot and feeling extremely weak and VERY dizzy!! I've stopped taking the medication (2 days ago) but still have swollen knees and feet and still feeling, in a word, AWFUL!!! How long does it take for these side effects to go away?

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How Long Will Symptoms Last
by: Kerri Knox, The Immune System Queen

That's a tough question. Sometimes Levofloxacin side effects go away on their own without anyone doing anything, and sometimes people complain that they never get relief from the toxic side effects of these drugs. There is simply no way of knowing what is the case for you specifically.

So, what I do recommend, that I believe will give you the best chance to heal from these drug side effects is to follow the protocol that I've outlined in my book The Levaquin Tendonitis Solution. I developed the protocol in order for people to have the best chance of recovering from the side effects of these drugs.


I hope that it helps and that you recover fully from these drugs and warn everyone you know not to take these extremely toxic antibiotics if there are any possible alternatives for your condition. There almost always is.


Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
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