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... ssible, but mostly not likely...most people do recover from these adverse reactions, but depending on length of treatment and your body's sensitivity to them, it can take years to heal. ... (9 replies)
... Hello Riceneuroni, You arwe certainly not interrupting anything. I apologize, it was JamesMC who posted a 'drink' which is here: http://www.healthboards.com/boards/showthread.php?t=75925 it mentions probiotics and I was wondering if he added it to the drink or not. A probiotic helps replace normal flora within the intestines. They saved me when I was on 11 weeks IV... (6 replies)

... that there may be a connection between the P.N. and the use of a certain class of antibiotic. These antibiotics are a class called Fluoroquinolons. ... (3 replies)
... I'm on the most numerous cases where the cause is unknown... ... (7 replies)
... Can quinolones antibiotics like Levaquin cause Peripheral Neuropathy? ... (9 replies)
... research facility. They have all given up on finding the "cause" of the Peripheral Neuropathy in my feet, legs, and hands. He literally told me don't come back, all you can do now is go to a pain specialist. ... (1 replies)
... fered even worse than I have. I did not think that was possible.My heart bleeds for you all.I have so been there!! I understand the terror of the unknown , which can really make you crazy.when you dont have a clue . ... (10 replies)
... wondering if I will eventually loose feeling in all of my skin. I'm starting to think this could be a good thing. I would also like to know if anyone feels like antibiotics flares your symptoms. I do. ... (25 replies)
... are. They are actually a fairly common cause of neuropathy, along with muscle fasciculations, tendon damage, fibromyalgia...the list goes on and on. ... (4 replies)
... I have experienced both I think..Lyme disease can cause almost any symptom of chronic illness including various neuropathies. I strongly suggest you get tested for Lyme and some of its co infections ASAP. ... (20 replies)
... You can usually find me on the Back board, but I happened to notice your post. ... (7 replies)
... NCV confirmed some damage in muscles, chronic presentation, no active denervation, mild reinnervation. Labeled as "Pure Motor Neuropathy of unknown origin". ... (2 replies)
... I'm currently suffering from acute (I hope) neuropathy due to a fractured femur and lots of swelling in my thigh. I've had terrible burning pain in my foot since about a week or so after I got a fasciotomy (my thigh was swollen to like 3x normal size) that my hydrocodone/acetaminophen (two 5/500 tabs every 4 hours) made marginally more bearable, but mostly just improved... (5 replies)
... Have either of you (who are complaining about these similar problems) taken any fluoroquinolone antibiotics (Cipro, Levaquin, Tequin, Avelox, etc...) in your lifetime? This class of drugs can cause all of your ailments (peripheral neuropathy, shooting/stabbing/ripping pains, periodic limb movement disorder (myoclonic jerks), muscle fasciculations, fatigue, brain fog,... (4 replies)
Fluoroquinolone
May 30, 2010
... Both antibiotics had never give me any strange issues when I took them, but as I'm trying to find out the underling cause of my peripheral neuropathy, I'm searching every possible option. ... (4 replies)




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