Since our physiology is not static and things such as enzyme levels and trace mineral are in a constant state of flux, not to mention genetic variances, all which affect metabolization, combined with the fact that the FQ molecule is very complex, there is no way of determining if the same decomposed and identifiable compound will form an adduct in each person.
My Quin Story Blog
Have you taken a fluoroquinolone antibiotic such as Cipro (ciprofloxacin), Levaquin (levofloxacin), or Avelox (moxifloxacin)? Would you be willing to help in a survey-based medical research study?
I would have to say that we are one of the most complex subset of patients that can be seen by a physician. More often than not, we often leave the average physician scratching his head as to how to diagnose or treat our condition. Keeping that context in mind, I have determined that I will never see another nurse practitioner again.
Okay let’s face it, I don’t like taking medications any more than the next guy. However, it is an unfortunate fact that some floxed folks do have to take prescription medication. It is a guide to help those, who out of necessity find it necessary to obtain medication at a discount.
I want to thank Dr. Mercola for challenging the traditional medical paradigms that exist and bring a public platform to get the facts out about these and other dangerous medications.
Just learning if adductions exist or not is not the end, just the opposite, it would open up a vast array of questions, resulting in the need for far more research. If you are looking with an unbiased filter you will see a highly heterogeneous mix of results.There may end up being one cause, but there definitely is not one destination.
This serious nerve damage potentially caused by fluoroquinolones may occur soon after these drugs are taken and may be permanent…
For some a insomnia is slight annoyance and for others a living hell. Sometimes herbs are a gentler alternative to pharmaceuticals.