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Prescribed an antibiotic (cipro) and its has screwed me up

 
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Try VSL#3 probiotics. It's 125 billion probiotics per capsule, available at drug stores over the counter at pharmacy. No script needed for capsules (packets require doctor cost for IS or similar). You can also order it online to your door, just google VSL#3.

After being hospitalized with a crazed urinary tract infection that was antibiotic resistant E. coli - my naturopathic doc said to take one a day first thing in the morning, for six months, and I feel amazing! Whole system cured and for way less expensive that the good stuff from Whole Foods as far as probiotics!!!!
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Then after you got rid of the sinus infection, get a bottle of 5000 mg liquid tabs of Vitamin D13, bottle of 1000mg vitamin C and bottle of Echinacea. Take one tab of each of these everyday and I guarantee you will never get even the slightest of colds. I am proof of this, every winter I'd get Pneumonia 'till a friend recommended this vitamin regiment about 2 years ago. I haven't even gotten a cold in 2 years. There are 3 kids in my household plus my wife, they all got sick various times after school started, the whole house here was sick with some kind of flu systems, I didn't get any of it even though I was right on top of all of them.
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Bad drug, really bad. One side-effect is that it will deplete magnesium from your body, magnesium is a mineral that your organs need, and start taking MSM (natural sulphur), another vital mineral. Good luck, I hope you recover soon.
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Probiotic Supplements:

Ihave tried them all, but when the pain is so bad you want to cry or die, youwill find that only the real thing will work:

ORGANIC YOGURT
and the live cultures w/probiotics works, but i think "probiotics" is what yogurt is, if you get the real thing.

My problem was intestinal w/ulcer.

The final cure was apricot kernals (the little, nasty, bitter ones; one for every 10 pounds of weight).

Now just organic, dried papaya and/or
"Papaya enzyme
with chlorophyll
"American Health""
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Then after you got rid of the sinus infection, get a bottle of 5000 mg liquid tabs of Vitamin D13, bottle of 1000mg vitamin C and bottle of Echinacea. Take one tab of each of these everyday and I guarantee you will never get even the slightest of colds. I am proof of this, every winter I'd get Pneumonia 'till a friend recommended this vitamin regiment about 2 years ago. I haven't even gotten a cold in 2 years. There are 3 kids in my household plus my wife, they all got sick various times after school started, the whole house here was sick with some kind of flu systems, I didn't get any of it even though I was right on top of all of them.
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You cannot take "Echinacea" indefinitely. Read the bottle !
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I'm not sure if this has been mentioned or not but Cipro has on numerous occasions been suspected of causing peripheral neuropathy.
(nerve damage in your peripheral nervous system)
Which does in most people afflicted does not ease or go into remission after the drug is discontinued.

As has been mentioned in a previous post it's not just Cipro that can cause these issues. Any of the Fluoroquinolone antibiotics can cause these problems.
Fluoroquinolone = Fluoride as base element

Some examples of Fluoroquinolone include of course Cipro but also Levaquin and Tequin (Which has since been removed from the marketplace) Levaquin is also under a class action lawsuit.

To the Physician who claims these drugs are safe I suggest you pull your head out of your arse and do some of your own investigation and stop believing what the pharmaceutical sales reps are telling you.
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Re: Prescribed an antibiotic (cipro) and its has screwed me up
Then after you got rid of the sinus infection, get a bottle of 5000 mg liquid tabs of Vitamin D13, bottle of 1000mg vitamin C and bottle of Echinacea. Take one tab of each of these everyday and I guarantee you will never get even the slightest of colds. I am proof of this, every winter I'd get Pneumonia 'till a friend recommended this vitamin regiment about 2 years ago. I haven't even gotten a cold in 2 years. There are 3 kids in my household plus my wife, they all got sick various times after school started, the whole house here was sick with some kind of flu systems, I didn't get any of it even though I was right on top of all of them.
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You cannot take "Echinacea" indefinitely. Read the bottle !
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Is echinacea safe?
Echinamide is extremely safe. When echinacea is used
at the recommended doses even for indefinite periods,
there is no danger of toxicity as no studies have
reported acute or chronic toxicity.34 Echinacea use is
usually without side effects, however, allergic reactions
have been reported in people who are allergic to other
members of plants in the daisy family (daisy, ragweed,
marigolds, etc.).
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IT IS NOT the Cipro

It is your physiology. Got it? It is your physiology.

Not all people respond to all drugs, and not all of them have the same (or any) side effects.

Case in point: My wife wanted to stop smoking. She took Chantix. It worked like a charm. Zero side effects. Nada, nothing. She hasn't been smoking now for three or four years.

So my daughter started to take it, b/c she wanted to stop smoking also. She had EVERY side effect listed - the worst was the vomiting randomly - I witnessed a couple. She had vivid, horrid nightmares. She had to stop taking it, it was impossible to continue.

Get used to it: We are DIFFERENT in more ways than one.
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Thank you all for your replies. I am sorry that some of you have has problems with Cirpo. I hope you recover soon. I have had two major surgeries the last couple year, I am 30. I am not new to pain. However, it's still scary to know something that is supposed to make you better can make you so sick. It's really scary not knowing if/when the symptoms will get worse. My legs feel a little better. Last night I had chills and a new fever, but that has gotten better as well. Now hopefully I can get some good sleep.

I did have a Vit D deficiency a while back and had muscle pain from that. The Vit D really helped with the pain. I will pick some up. I have Vit C I have been taking. Someone also said B12 shots can help a lot.

I am allergic to penicillin, amoxicillin, clindamycin, and other medications. In general I am very sensitive to medicine, which makes me wonder why the doctor would risk me taking Cipro. I have had reactions to imitrex and norco as well.
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thereis something called:
"lorazepam", and if i can take it so can you. I cannot even take pain killers, except for the "lorazepam", which works, but makes me sleepy all day the next day.

With the lethal pain youare having, youare going to have to get off-and-on relief, or you could go into lethal depression.

As long as youhave always beenable to take aspirin, take it on your "off" days and the "lorazepam" on your "on" days. The "lorazepam" you take at bedtime; aspirin you can take every 4 hours for 24 hours. Also get to the health food store and see what they have for your pain etc.

Youare going to need a lot of help with this, so get out there and get it all.

Itis important to get on Sulfa instead of antibiotics, if it works, but your sinus infection shouldnot be that bad that you need all this medication. All this medication shouldhave cleared you up by now.
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Thank you all for your replies. I am sorry that some of you have has problems with Cirpo. I hope you recover soon. I have had two major surgeries the last couple year, I am 30. I am not new to pain. However, it's still scary to know something that is supposed to make you better can make you so sick. It's really scary not knowing if/when the symptoms will get worse. My legs feel a little better. Last night I had chills and a new fever, but that has gotten better as well. Now hopefully I can get some good sleep.

I did have a Vit D deficiency a while back and had muscle pain from that. The Vit D really helped with the pain. I will pick some up. I have Vit C I have been taking. Someone also said B12 shots can help a lot.

I am allergic to penicillin, amoxicillin, clindamycin, and other medications. In general I am very sensitive to medicine, which makes me wonder why the doctor would risk me taking Cipro. I have had reactions to imitrex and norco as well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23744571


thereis something called:
"lorazepam", and if i can take it so can you. I cannot even take pain killers, except for the "lorazepam", which works, but makes me sleepy all day the next day.

With the lethal pain youare having, youare going to have to get off-and-on relief, or you could go into lethal depression.

As long as youhave always beenable to take aspirin, take it on your "off" days and the "lorazepam" on your "on" days. The "lorazepam" you take at bedtime; aspirin you can take every 4 hours for 24 hours. Also get to the health food store and see what they have for your pain etc.

Youare going to need a lot of help with this, so get out there and get it all.

Itis important to get on Sulfa instead of antibiotics, if it works, but your sinus infection shouldnot be that bad that you need all this medication. All this medication shouldhave cleared you up by now.
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actually, if i were you, iwould just pack my sht and go to Key West for the Winter. In the end, it may be your only choice, even if for nothing more than a distraction.
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I'm not sure if this has been mentioned or not but Cipro has on numerous occasions been suspected of causing peripheral neuropathy.
(nerve damage in your peripheral nervous system)
Which does in most people afflicted does not ease or go into remission after the drug is discontinued.

As has been mentioned in a previous post it's not just Cipro that can cause these issues. Any of the Fluoroquinolone antibiotics can cause these problems.
Fluoroquinolone = Fluoride as base element

Some examples of Fluoroquinolone include of course Cipro but also Levaquin and Tequin (Which has since been removed from the marketplace) Levaquin is also under a class action lawsuit.

To the Physician who claims these drugs are safe I suggest you pull your head out of your arse and do some of your own investigation and stop believing what the pharmaceutical sales reps are telling you.
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monster

The Food and Drug Administration:
CIPRO:


[link to www.antibiotics.org]

monster
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I'm not sure if this has been mentioned or not but Cipro has on numerous occasions been suspected of causing peripheral neuropathy.
(nerve damage in your peripheral nervous system)
Which does in most people afflicted does not ease or go into remission after the drug is discontinued.

As has been mentioned in a previous post it's not just Cipro that can cause these issues. Any of the Fluoroquinolone antibiotics can cause these problems.
Fluoroquinolone = Fluoride as base element

Some examples of Fluoroquinolone include of course Cipro but also Levaquin and Tequin (Which has since been removed from the marketplace) Levaquin is also under a class action lawsuit.

To the Physician who claims these drugs are safe I suggest you pull your head out of your arse and do some of your own investigation and stop believing what the pharmaceutical sales reps are telling you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20675367


monster

The Food and Drug Administration:
CIPRO:


[link to www.antibiotics.org]

monster
 Quoting: SwanSong 1261955


most likely if the antibiotics arenot working, itis because you need to be on Sulfa or consider the fact Fungus is Amongus, and antibiotics make fungus worse.

Cipro is OUT, unless youare dying anyway.
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The doctors called and want me to go in again to urgent care. I am in soooo much pain. They said the muscle pain could be from the infection, which I hope is true and not from the cirpo. My muscle feel so tight and are throbbing.
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Went to the doctors and they did some blood tests and I do not/did not have an infection. So I was told to stop taking my antibiotics. I was given two differnt kinds before they tested. It took them 15 minutes to run the blood tests, wish they would have done that in the first place.

The doctor said if I saw her two days before she would have told me I have the flu, with classic symptoms.
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i thought i read that itwas taken off the market.

The manufacturer says elderly arenot to take it at all because it attacks their tendons, and of course other things.

Many witchdoctors are into euthanasia of the elderly, so watch your family and friends.

Itis very difficult to find a Christian doctor now-a-days.

Catholics arenot Christians: Christians are Christians and Catholics are "Catholics", same with Jews.

I suspect Hindu are ok, but Arab are an unknown to me, other than one, who was an out and out nut, but very sweet and motherly (hewas a man)1rof1
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Agreed,what a random fucker!

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IT IS NOT the Cipro

It is your physiology. Got it? It is your physiology.

Not all people respond to all drugs, and not all of them have the same (or any) side effects.

Case in point: My wife wanted to stop smoking. She took Chantix. It worked like a charm. Zero side effects. Nada, nothing. She hasn't been smoking now for three or four years.

So my daughter started to take it, b/c she wanted to stop smoking also. She had EVERY side effect listed - the worst was the vomiting randomly - I witnessed a couple. She had vivid, horrid nightmares. She had to stop taking it, it was impossible to continue.

Get used to it: We are DIFFERENT in more ways than one.
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This is true. It's called the science of genomics and has applications in pharmacology and is exactly why a drug doesn't work for some people.
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Really freakin strange coincidence I read this when..
My grandma fell and broke her hip last week. She was acting her usual self cognitively... Then after surgery while at the hospital they said she had a UTI and had given her CIPRO through her IV.. Ever since then she's been acting like she had a stroke... Not making sense, confusing people/things, offending people, general confusion etc...

MAKES ME THINK
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Really freakin strange coincidence I read this when..
My grandma fell and broke her hip last week. She was acting her usual self cognitively... Then after surgery while at the hospital they said she had a UTI and had given her CIPRO through her IV.. Ever since then she's been acting like she had a stroke... Not making sense, confusing people/things, offending people, general confusion etc...

MAKES ME THINK
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I am not familiar with Cipro, but I learned something when my mother had a UTI. I had called her on the phone one day and she was hallucinating...seeing people who weren't there. Acting very strange.

I took her to the hospital immediately. They told me that when the elderly have an infection, this is very common. They assured me that once she had the course of IV antibiotics and the infection was gone, she would not be acting like that. They were correct.

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Really freakin strange coincidence I read this when..
My grandma fell and broke her hip last week. She was acting her usual self cognitively... Then after surgery while at the hospital they said she had a UTI and had given her CIPRO through her IV.. Ever since then she's been acting like she had a stroke... Not making sense, confusing people/things, offending people, general confusion etc...

MAKES ME THINK
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I am not familiar with Cipro, but I learned something when my mother had a UTI. I had called her on the phone one day and she was hallucinating...seeing people who weren't there. Acting very strange.

I took her to the hospital immediately. They told me that when the elderly have an infection, this is very common. They assured me that once she had the course of IV antibiotics and the infection was gone, she would not be acting like that. They were correct.
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Thank you, that makes me feel better. She still is acting freaky but seems better.
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Really freakin strange coincidence I read this when..
My grandma fell and broke her hip last week. She was acting her usual self cognitively... Then after surgery while at the hospital they said she had a UTI and had given her CIPRO through her IV.. Ever since then she's been acting like she had a stroke... Not making sense, confusing people/things, offending people, general confusion etc...

MAKES ME THINK
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30755225


I am not familiar with Cipro, but I learned something when my mother had a UTI. I had called her on the phone one day and she was hallucinating...seeing people who weren't there. Acting very strange.

I took her to the hospital immediately. They told me that when the elderly have an infection, this is very common. They assured me that once she had the course of IV antibiotics and the infection was gone, she would not be acting like that. They were correct.
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Thank you, that makes me feel better. She still is acting freaky but seems better.
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I'm an RN...hadn't worked as one for years, but when my mom had the problem, a nurse's aide was the first to inform me of the elderly and infections. I felt really stupid...I never heard of that before. lol

My mom eventually developed dementia/Alzheimers, so that might be the next to happen to your grandma. Expect it....accept it. Get all information from her before it happens...such as family background, her childhood, her mom and dad's background, etc. I'm sorry I didn't "interview" my mom more when she was younger. I have lots of photos, but not a lot of information on her mom and dad, etc.

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I have found what I believe to be the missing link in cipro recover/healing

URIDINE URIDINE URIDINE

this stuff heals chemo toxicity! and repairs mtDNA

I am fully convininced the cipro damages mtDNA (mitochondria) and that DETOX with good stuff PLUS uridine to rebuild the damgage is essential.

If you have insurance see if they will do a Uridine rescue program on your that they do on chemo patients.

The chemo rescue proram is IV Uridine but you can buy it oral also.



I just started oral uridine a few weeks ag.


They have done tests that show this stuff heals livers, heals HIV anti-retroviral toxicity too.


I tried to make a post on it but GLP took it down 2 times!!!!
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I suffered from the effects of Cipro for 7 years. How are you doing now?
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I want you to contact me via my email: YB4UXL@Yahoo.com

If you don't take measures soon... the right measures... this is coming from one who knows... you're in for a long surprise.

Back in 1993 to 2000 I was floxed. The myriad of symptoms I experienced seemed too impossible to believe by others. I had everything under the sun. I went to 18 different doctors and not one could help me. Had I not vowed to never give up, I'd probably be dead now. I cured myself. It wasn't easy. From what I've read so far on this site, there is multitude of every symptom listed by others. It is undistinguishable.

One has to actually live it to understand what it means. One must realize that while one is suffering being floxed by an antibiotic, one will also experience everyday symptoms that they normally would had they not been floxed by antibiotics. Thus the confusion of symptoms that I can't see being related. Perhaps they are. Everyone is different. I can help.

Tell me what happened, what you took, how long you took it, how long you've suffered, what your worst 15 or so simultaneous symptoms actually are and we'll go from there. You will come to realize that I know exactly what I know. Imagine this, during the time I had to find out how to cure myself, none of the present information was even around. They knew far less 15 years ago. Now it seems to be too much information.m someone who has lived this experience for seven years... you may accidentally get misleading information.

Has anyone told you how to cure yourself?

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