Cipro Has Left Me Disabled and Bed Ridden

by Christopher
(New York)

I was a previously healthy 32 old man until I was given cipro for a minor Urinary Tract Infection and after 6 days of use, 500mg twice a day my body began to fall apart. I can't walk due the pain in my legs. my shoulders, forearms and hands all hurt from doing the most basic functions..turning a bottle cap, holding a book, typing. I have horrendous muscle cramps in my calf muscles wake me up from a sound sleep.

This is hell and there is no cure..the only hope is that your fortunate enough to be among the lucky FEW that recover.

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Cipro can leave you Disabled, but there is hope
by: Kerri Knox, Registered Nurse

Hi Chris,

Wow, that is a really awful story. You should not have to go through that at 24 years old, especially when you trusted your doctor to do the right thing. The only thing that I take issue with is that you cannot get better- I absolutely believe that you can with the right lifestyle changes. If you have not recovered spontaneously by the time that you read this, there is STILL hope for you.

First of all, there was a REASON why you were damaged when millions of people were not. There is something in a combination of your genetics and lifestyle that made you susceptible to Cipro damage when others are not susceptible to it.

In my book The Levaquin Tendonitis Solution I go into why this is the case and what problems could have made you susceptible and how to fix the underlying cause of these problems to get you back on the road to recovery. I do not believe that you need to be disabled for the rest of your life.

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