Fluoroquinolone Stories

A new and important Fluoroquinolone related website. Fluoroquinolone Stories is a website that is a collection of personal stories about experiences with adverse reactions to fluoroquinolone antibiotics (Cipro, Levaquin, Avelxo, Floxin, etc…). Many times, these reactions are devastating to those who experience them. The stories listed here are in the words of the sufferers and for viewing by interested parties such as, reporters, news anchors, media outlets, politicians and more. Unlike other sites, these stories are listed here without editorializing, comments, or other distracting activities; just the raw stories.

Each story will be tagged according to local, and in some instances metropolitan area, so they can be categorized geographically for contacts. Each person contributing their story is asked to leave a contact email in case a person from the media would want contact them for interview.

The media attention is now growing surrounding Fluoroquinolones. We must keep the momentum moving. The media is being told there are thousands suffering, which I know to be true, the time is right to: Tell Your Story: Be Heard

Fluoroquinolone Stories

FQ Stories
The site can also be reached by: www.levaquinstories.com & www.ciprostories.com

The site is secure and trustworthy.

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...damaged by fluoroquinolones in 2007 at age 46. Prior to, a healthy law enforcement official. Now an amateur FQ researcher, author, and blogger.

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  1. Judith Kuykendall says:

    My beloved husband has passed away and I truly believe it was the medication he had taken. He went from a healthy man to a weak, sick, man. For many years every time he got a flare-up from his COPD they put him on Leavquin. Never thinking it was the medication that caused his problems in the last year I’m not sure it was. He developed weakness of the muscles to the point he need help to walk. In Oct. 2014 they told him he had polymyligia rhumetica and was treating him with steriods. Never had a good day since then. On Oct.1, 2014 he was taken to the er and they sent him home with Leavquin for 10 days. On Oct. 16, 2014 he was taken back to hospital very sick and weak and had hard time breathing. Two days later was in ICU with his organs shutting down and his heart growing weaker. He passed away on Oct. 26, 2014. All this in a matter or 26 days of taking another round of Leavquin.

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