Michael Braverman went to urgent care thinking he may possibly have some sort of infection. They found no evidence of infection, but gave Michael an antibiotic anyway. He only took it 2-3 days and paid for it for years. Watch him tell his story:
Though PRP Stem Cell Therapy eventually patched up many of the tendons and ligaments that the brief Cipro antibiotic damaged, it took time and effort, and should never have happened. You should know about this family of antibiotics so it doesn’t happen to you.
Judy Carlson was given much more Cipro and Levaquin, and, sadly, she paid for it with a spontaneously ruptured Achilles’ tendon and spontaneous rotator cuff ruptures in both shoulders, as well as loosening of ligaments around her spine and elsewhere throughout her body.
We helped put some areas back together again for Judy, but it was a long process I wouldn’t want to wish on anyone. Better to learn from the videos and avoid this fluoroquinolone family of antibiotics. Fluoroquinolone antibiotics like Cipro or Levaquin cause:
— Rupture of tendons. See the FDA warning here.
— Nerve damage. See the FDA warning here.
— Life-threatening bursting of the aorta. See the FDA warning here.
Watch a 14 minute documentary on Canadian TV:[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Scyd59nUG7s[/embedyt]
Educate yourself, because most doctors generally fail their obligation to inform patients. Educate your family and friends – you may save their life, you may save their joints. Pass along this newsletter. For even more info, go to our PRP page, click on Prohibited Medicines, then click on Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics.
With Cipro and so many other damaging drugs and surgeries, healthcare can too often be a danger zone. Danger Zone is also the name of a song the great Ray Charles once sang. Listen:
I’ve done what I can to alert you, maybe scare you, hopefully get you riled up about this issue. Do make a plan and get the word out to loved ones – at least forword this email to family and friends. Then, chill out, spend a good long time looking at the below calming photos, and breathe a little more deeply.
Dr. Jonas Skardis