Tendonitis in the Feet from Avelox

by Debbie
(WV)

Back in February (I believe, I developed a sinus infection and was given cipro, I took my daughter to D.C. for a Truman scholar interview and one day out of the blue, I could hardly walk, I could barely move my legs forward the pain was in the tops of my thighs and buttocks. It subsided in a couple days. In June 2012 I developed severe head pain and popping in my nose, a CT was done, I had sphenoid sinusitis and was given Medrol and Avelox, After a few days I developed painful calves, knees and feet, I began to suspect the antibiotic and it was switched to a different class of drug.


I was diagnosed with tendonitis both feet in May, and inserts were ordered, I am still having foot pain especially my right heel and the outside of both feet. I walk daily usually 3 to 4 miles and have for some time, I am 58 and have NEVER had foot pain prior to this unless there was an injury and it was short term only then

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Medrol and Avelox are NOT recommended together
by: Kerri Knox, Registered Nurse

Hi Debbie,

Ugh, sounds awful. I hope that by the time you read this you are feeling better. So, first of all, your doctor should not have given you the Medrol with the Avelox. Please read my page on Levaquin and Prednisone. Medrol is just another form of the steroid drug Prednisone, so the page is still valid to the drugs that you were prescribed despite the different name.


But if you are not feeling better at this point, then I'd suggest that you take the next step and get my book The Levaquin Tendonitis Solution and begin following the protocol that I outline to get you on the road to recovery. Hope this helps. Keep in touch about your progress.


Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

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