No. There is no cure. And there is no universally reliable treatment program either.  Please read on….

In order for that to change there needs to be in-depth research, and in order for in-depth research to occur we need greater acknowledgement from the FDA and other medical peer groups. This is part of the travesty of the Fluoroquinolone Toxicity.  Doctors either dismiss the patient or attribute the patient’s symptoms to something else.  Many people come into this community expecting greater acknowledgement from doctors, the FDA, and expecting the ability to find a cure or reliable treatment.

On a positive note, that change is slowly starting to take place and the FDA is slowly starting to recognize the problem.

I have been at this going on 10 years now and have talked to hundreds of FQ victims and have had direct and indirect interactions with many, many more.   I have worked with researchers, met with the FDA, and have been foolhardy to pay out of the pocket in the past for expensive health consultants. I have watched groups of people take three paths in an attempt to heal; #1, do nothing, #2 pursue alternative healing methods either through naturopaths, holistic healers, etc…, #3 rely on traditional doctors and traditional medicine.  With the slight exception that the group choosing to follow path #3 has seems to have a slightly worse outcome, no path has resulted in greater healing over the other.  There are many opinions but keep this fact in mind, if there was a universal cure you would have heard about it and there would not be thousands upon thousands of individuals in various health forums and Facebook groups supporting each other and looking to make a change in our medical system.  They would be healing and moving on with their lives.

The reason that there currently is no cure lies in the complexity of the damage caused by FQ toxicity, combined with the fact that individuals are so unique. If someone tells you they have found a ‘cure’ for FQ toxicity, they are trying to sell something.  Please be careful as there are those who will seek to victimize those in the FQ community, or anyone who is experiencing chronic health issues, by charging for ongoing frivolous consultations, very expensive supplements, and or medical equipment.  I have written a cautionary tale about Internet Health Consultants.  Most medical systems, including those practiced by naturopaths and homeopaths, follow paradigms.  Experience has shown that floxing falls outside these paradigms because you are looking at damaged caused by a synthetic, DNA altering substance.

Now, this is not to say that people do not heal, some do.  Plus, there have been individuals who have found relief from various symptoms by finding solutions tailored to their body but, as with most helpful substances or routines, they are tailored to the individual.  What helps heal one person can do tremendous damage to someone else.  At this time, time plus very clean living is the best healer for many.  If you find something that you believe helps you, great.  Just be careful recommending it to someone else.