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One of the Many Drugs to Avoid

In general, drugs wreak havoc on one’s body.  I know there’s a place for drugs in medical science and for treating severe health conditions, but even then, I truly feel that natural remedies should be attempted first.  Then there’s the question of what drugs are safe and which ones should be avoided at all costs.  I would like to share a story about  one of the many drugs to avoid.

My friend was given a drug in the Fluoroquinolone classification (has a black box label printed on it) back in January 2014 to treat a severe cough. She went on a steep decline within 36 hours of taking this drug. Her health greatly diminished month after month and she had severe nerve damage within 2 – 1/2 months.  She could not work within 6 months and her husband had to eventually care for her. The last 6 months he was pretty much full time caring for her, coming off his job for the most part. Sadly, she passed away.

Please spread this news below. If you Google this class of drugs you will see the many law suits filed due to bodily damage and severe health decline from these drugs. They should not be on the market! Her drug was classified with a black box warning. The FDA’s black-box warning is the strongest one issued by the FDA!

Here’s more information:

Fluoroquinolones, a class of synthetic antibacterial drugs, are the only types that directly inhibit bacterial DNA synthesis. Several drugs in this class have been taken off the market due to their deadly adverse effects, but six of them remain FDA-approved for use in the United States:

Ciprofloxacin (Cipro) Levofloxacin (Levaquin)
Gemifloxacin (Factive) Moxifloxacin (Avelox)
Norfloxacin (Noroxin) Ofloxacin (Floxin)

Due to their tremendous health risks, fluoroquinolones should be reserved for treating serious bacterial infections that won’t respond to any other treatment, when the patient is made fully aware of the potential for serious adverse effects. Instead, they’re often inappropriately prescribed for mild conditions like sinus infections, urinary tract infections and ear infections.  Read up on what Dr. Mercola says about fluoroquinolones.

Google this for yourself and spread this information, please!  Please share this with all parents, family members, friends, etc.

Thanks,

Tina Turbin

 

 

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