Shooting Pains After Taking Cipro

by John

I took cipro aprox 20 months ago ended up in hospital sodium level 118, tendon pain, and eye problem. I have gotten better from that but still have problems with tendons and shooting pains in my arms and legs seen several doctors. They are a joke. They suggest cortizone shots. I wont do it. I need proper nutrition. My chest is popping. I feel like there is a poison moving around in my body. I have tried detox it makes it even worse. I am really scared everybody thinks this is all in my head.I need help

Please help,


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Not in your head
by: Kerri Knox, Registered Nurse

Hi John,

This is definitely not in your head. After 20 months, if you are still having problems then we can reasonably conclude that the Cipro really messed you up and you are still feeling it's effects.

It's strange that detoxing makes you feel worse. I'd be interested in hearing exactly what 'detox' methods you used. In any case, the Cipro is long gone and you are feeling the lasting effects of it, but not the Cipro itself, unless you are continuing to get small dosages of Cipro in your water or poultry or something else.

So, if you are still feeling the effects of Cipro, then it's time to take the next step and get my book The Levaquin Tendonitis Solution where I can give you help and some ideas on how to get back on your feet again.

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