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Fluoroquinolones and Nerve Damage, Tendon Rupture

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Old 09-28-2019, 01:43 PM   #1
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Default Fluoroquinolones and Nerve Damage, Tendon Rupture

Don't take this dangerous class of abx drugs, my daughter lives with her two feet of ruptured tendons from taking this class of abx drugs. Hard hard outcome from these drugs. And yet the 3 ortho surgeon type MD's NEVER even asked her about the medicines she took...she was seeing them for their opinions and they failed her. At least 2 docs said NO to reconstruction surgeries...she could really end up crippled for life.

It took a homeopathic pharmacist who asked her if she took Cipro or those drugs as he believed that was the cause of the ruptures.

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