So much Pain

Yet another day of constant chronic pain and central nervous system overstimulation. I am so fatigued but I am unable to sleep. It will be another night of 4 hours of sleep. Hopefully no nightmares tonight. My head shakes constantly like someone with Parkinsons disease yet it is not visible so most doctors discount it. When you see Michael J. Fox with all his shaking that is what it feels like in my head. I have this feeling 24/7.

There is a great documentary called ” Taken as Directed. ” It is about Lariam toxicity. Lariam can cause central nervous system toxicity. 

If you suffer from unexplained joint pain, insomnia, anxiety, fatigue or depression check your medical records to see if you were ever given a quinolone.  If you were please read some of the links posted below. They are very informative. Hopefully some day this criminal activity will be uncovered like the Vioxx debacle was.

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7 Responses to “So much Pain”

  1. Brenda Greuel says:

    I am researching my medical history as I believe that I, too, was poisened by Cipro back in 2000. I’ve been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, a diagnosis I have been skeptical to accept. I’m interested in seeing the documentary you mention in your posting, “Taken as Directed”. I’ve checked Netflix but they do not have in their inventory. Any idea where I can get a copy? Brenda

  2. Karen says:

    Hello. I took Levaquin in late 1999. After several days of taking the Levaquin I complained to my doctor that I could not think clearly, felt as though my brain was frying, anxiety, insomnia, my bones ached and had transient isolated rashes that hurt like shingles. I thought I was having reactive arthritis. But the “arthritis” pain continued and has to this day. Within months I was diagnosed as having osteoarthritis (I don’t). Next came the diagnosis of drug induced arthralgias/myalgias. Next came fibromyalgia. The last diagnosis, given in 2001 was Multiple Sclerosis, which I believe I have because of several MRI’s throughout the years.

    What I do know for a CERTAINTY is that I had NONE of this before the Levaquin. I was given Levaquin for “unspecified pelvic pain.” Perhaps the Levaquin activated a latent MS or something of that nature.

    I can remember more than one doctor looking at me, and sometimes speaking to me as if I were a nutcase with my sudden onset of rather bizarre symptoms. It’s kind of funny looking back on it now, their faces as I described that it felt as though my “brain” was frying. Turns out it was after all.

    The good news is, this MS has been rather benign. The disabling fatigue has stuck with me since 1999 and I have occasional pain. I have gotten better since 1999 after taking the Levaquin, even with the multiple sclerosis diagnosis. (it got worse before it got better As I read somewhere else on this site, someone posted repeatedly “I want my brain back” ” I want my brain back.” Me too!

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  4. Mark says:

    Karen I know it has been a couple of years but if you get this please email at markdeaton (at) gmail (dot) com. I have the same story!!!

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  7. Justin Mccomsey says:

    Parkinson’s disease (PD), a neurodegenerative disease of the substantia nigra, was first discovered and its symptoms documented in 1817. This discovery and docomentation was by British physician Dr. James Parkinson. It wasn’t until the 1960′s that the associated biochemical changes in the brain of patients were able to be identified. Although many genes have recently been identified, there are still several others that remain unkown. Parkinson’s disease involves a progressive movement disorder of the extrapyramidal system. The extrapyramidal system controls and adjusts communication between neurons in the brain and muscles in the human body. As you can see this is a huge, and important task. PD will commonly coincide with depression and disturbances of sensory systems due to the damage that it has on the brain. Aprroximately one out of every 600 people have Parkinson’s disease in the United States of America. The rates increase with age, especially apparent in those over 55.’

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