Please do not take fluoroquinolone antibiotics unless they are a last resort.
Fluoroquinolones should never be prescribed as a first line antibiotic for minor infections, but this is a widespread practise. Physicians and pharmacists must be educated on the dangers of these drugs!
Please note: I'm not advocating the use of marijuana for others, just sharing something that has helped me in the past to overcome the damaging emotional and psychological effects of Cipro. Marijuana should be used only in certain cases and for a limited amount of time, just until symptoms have cleared. Marijuana can also have damaging effects on the system (especially with long-term or daily use) and should be researched before trying. My point is that it is generally a safer form of medicine that pharmaceuticals and can be used in place of them if they are being used for things like sleeplessness, nausea, headaches, anxiety, etc. However, the best case scenario is that we do not need any medicines to be healthy and to feel good living on Planet Earth, including marijuana! :-)
Correction: Fluoroquinolone antibiotics have been infused with fluorine, rather than fluoride. I believe it is all similar in chemical structure.
I was poisoned by Cipro, produced by Bayer, in December 2009. These are some of the things that have helped me in my recovery process.
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Learn about the evil history of Bayer Corporation, the makers of Cipro. Bayer is now attempting to merge with Monsanto Corp. They are both big in the genetically modified seed and chemicals game.
The most common fluoroquinolone brand names are Levaquin produced by Johnson&Johnson and Cipro and Avelox produced by Bayer. Other fluoroquinolone antibiotics are sold under the name brands: Cinobac, NegGram, Wintomylon, Uroxin, Panacid, Dolcol, Eradacil, Alcipro, Ciprobay, Enroxil, Penetrex, Megalone, Roquinol, Maxaquin, Acuatim, Nadoxin, Nadixa, Lexinor, Noroxin, Quinabic, Janacin, Floxin, Oxaldin, Tarivid, Peflacine, Uroflox, Baloxin, Raxar, Cravit, Pasil, Pazucross, Zagam, Omniflox, Ozex, Tosacin, clinafloxacin, Zigat, Tequin, Zymar, Tequin, Factive, Vigamox, Gracevit, Trovan, and Quisnon
Veterinary use: Advocin, Advocid, Dicural, Vetequinon, Baytril, Ibaflin, Marbocyl, Zenequin, Orbax, Victas, Floxasol, Saraflox, Sarafin