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Default Fluoroquinolone antibiotics (Cipro) Damage

My daughter lives with terrible ruptures in feet from the Cipro drug. Here is a link on this class of drugs.

Disabling and potentially permanent side effects lead to suspension or restrictions of quinolone and fluoroquinolone antibiotics | European Medicines Agency.

She's been directed to a D.O. here in LA who lives with damage too and he works to help those who are damaged from this class of abx drugs.

I'd like to post his link as it's very informative and all about this journey but I don't think that is permitted here....

So if you or know of others with ruptures etc look at this info.
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In the link I'm posting about the abx damage, here is a link about the value of Vit B6...B6 is part of my sleep recipe and It has
a lot more good use too in our bodies.

Is Vitamin B6 Safe Or Toxic For The Body | Floxie Hope
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Here is another very descriptive link on "Being Floxed"...

Cipro Poisoning: Have You Been Floxed?
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Has what you have described been confirmed by anybody? For example information from a medical doctor who has studied such things would be useful.
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Has what you have described been confirmed by anybody? For example information from a medical doctor who has studied such things would be useful.
There are numerous warning from reputable medical sources on the dangers of these antibiotics.
An FDA search:
Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics - U.S. Food and Drug Administration Search Results
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Kiwi: The doctor that pushed the Cipro on my daughter needs to have no medical license. She is damaged for life and has a lot
more years to live. My prayers are that she can make it and no feet reconstructions, omg the thought of that. She could really end up so crippled.

One of the major issues are tendon ruptures.
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