Antibiotic Body Damage Recovery (Levaquin Cipro Side Effects and How I Healed)

It is my opinion only, that the damage these antibiotics are causing to people’s bodies may be partially or fully due to the drug’s destruction of crucially …

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18 Responses to “Antibiotic Body Damage Recovery (Levaquin Cipro Side Effects and How I Healed)”

  1. HELP ME SIR! ive had a horrible prostatitis. never had insurance for the
    most of my life so when i got a doc i grew to trust my urologist. He put me
    on 2 doses of cipro 500 mg twice a day for 30 days then once a day for 30.
    about 2 weeks ago i started developing horible tingling in my back and
    thought i had a lung disorder followed shortly by recurrent anxiety
    attacks, horrible sleeping schedule(insomnia level) abnormal ammounts of
    stress, extreme fatigue. i am standing at 155 and i could easily bench 200
    a few months ago go to the gym, phang out with my gf, party, smoke etc etc
    but it has become a struggle for me to go to school. i have about 4 hours
    before i lose all my energy and need to sit or lie for a recharge. i had an
    old motorcycle accident damaged my spine and whatever has healed up til now
    feels as if it has unhealed (if that makes sense) im beginning to feel the
    aching arthritis type feelings in my arms and legs and tenderness in my
    hips. i want to put a stop or maybe ease whatever is going to becoming in
    the next few months. im only 23 years old and i dont know what should be
    done. should i even go back to my doctor? please help me. i feel like
    everyone doesnt care about this.

  2. If you want to share your story on, I would LOVE to have
    it! Congratulations on all that you have done to heal!

  3. I’ve listened to some of these videos. I took 11 cipro, and felt so tired
    the 3rd day, ears been ringing since. Now I’m feeling tightness in my lower
    left leg and pain in my joints but I’m not sure if it’s all in my head.
    What would you do… As a preventive measure in the next 1-3 days? I’m
    taking a pro biotic, switched to Bactrim antibiotic….. Please help 

    If your doctor hands you a prescription for a fluoroquinolone antibiotic
    (this could be not only Cipro or Levaquin but also Avelox or generics
    ciprofloxacin, levofloxacin, and moxifloxacin, or others), be very certain
    that s/ your condition warrants the risks that come along with taking these

    The Fluoroquinolone Wall of Pain… Visit us at

  5. My mother took levofloxacin (750mg) today and had side effects (legs felt
    heavy, rapid heart-rate/breathing, anxiety, etc) so I took her to the ER,
    and they administered anti-allergy medication, and gave her benadryl but
    she is still having side effects (slight difficulty swallowing, temporary
    burning sensation, paranoia, depression, insomnia, rapid heart-rate,
    flushing, constant thirst) I really hope she gets better, and I hope the
    side effects go away.

  6. There have been so many people damaged by fluoroquinolones that victims
    have banded together in a worldwide network, calling themselves “Floxies.”
    Quite a few Floxies are in the medical field themselves (or were, before
    they were poisoned), and are on a mission to help fellow fluoroquinolone
    poisoning victims, which is how the documentary Certain Adverse Events came
    about. If you haven’t already seen this film, I highly recommend it.12 For
    more information, you can also visit the following websites (there are many
    more in addition to these if you search by the term “fluoroquinolone”):
    Fluoroquinolone Antibiotic Toxicity Advocacy Page (Facebook)
    Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics May Cause Permanent Nerve Damage

    The Fluoroquinolone Wall of Pain… Visit us at

  7. Louise Sutton-Berg Reply June 11, 2014 at 6:18 am

    Hello, thank you for providing this information. I’m 20 months post cipro
    poisoning and have spent most of this time researching potential
    “cures.” My experimentation with supplements has caused more harm than
    good and currently I’m struggling with adrenal issues as a secondary affect
    of mineral imbalance due to high magnesium ingestion. I’ve recently
    started hearing about the harmful affects of oxalates but would appreciate
    any information you could provide pertaining to your recovery. Would you
    be willing to chat with me via email or phone? Thank you.

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  9. Todd Nissenholtz Reply June 11, 2014 at 7:17 am

    Thank you Tim for telling us your experience with Levaquin Cipro and its
    side effects.

  10. CiproIsPoisonDotCom Reply June 11, 2014 at 8:14 am

    Wow, you look amazing for having been floxed. 12 Cipro pills ate all the
    muscle off my body in a mere one month’s time. Completely and utterly
    crippled me, too. I’m jealous of your recovery…consider yourself one of
    the luckiest men on earth for having escaped this hell.

  11. Thanks for your input, I wish you would do a video on it so others could
    benefit. The first thing that occurs to me is that it sounds very expensive
    (some parts). But I’d love more details, as would many other people.

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    expensive, but anything that can rebuild collagen/cartilage would be. You
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  14. I consider the damage largely recoverable. Get my program, it costs
    nothing. I cover candida and oxalate relating to this issue, using clean
    protein and weight resistance to recover where one is able. I also believe
    the joint/tendon issues are largely recoverable as well. Start oil pulling
    daily, I use an organic expeller-pressed coconut oil that I also cook with.
    No excuses given to the AB bastards…just saying I think recovery is
    possible for most people with dedication. Best to you.

  15. Thanks for this. I deal with chronic pain and inflammation, and I try to
    adopt some of these pieces of advice. I’m currently testing out a tumeric
    supplement. The first two days it actually seemed to have gotten worse, but
    the third day seems better. It has yellow beeswax in it, which I thought
    maybe I was having a reaction to. Still don’t know. lol BTW, it’s crazy how
    similarly we are built.

  16. Actually i recovered from CIPRO poisoning with all of the joint
    damage…through healing my gut doing Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber, OZONE
    autohemotherapy which completely oxygenates the blood and detoxes the
    flouroquinolines from the tissue and electro therapy on my joints…..all
    of theses things had to do with oxygen in the blood…..also a GOOD BONE
    BROTH….which has more collagen, gelatin and all of the amino acids to
    heal the gut and the start to heal the joints.

  17. CiproIsPoisonDotCom Reply June 11, 2014 at 12:02 pm

    I have torn connective tissues that haven’t healed in nearly four years
    now, cartilage loss in my joints & two torn retinas…it’s going to take a
    lot more than oil pulling and a candida-free diet to put me back together.
    Most do eventually recover from this, but most are never hit this hard to
    begin with. As far as weight resistance, I cannot even bear my own body’s
    weight on my left foot. Physical therapy made things much worse for me. You
    really got lucky. I will die as a result of this.

  18. The Mighty OooWee Reply June 11, 2014 at 12:10 pm

    i ordered the TBD through your maintenancemotions site link hopefully you
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