Levaquin ( Levofloxacin ) victim in Dallas, TX needs help.

Here is a comment from Tracy who lives in Dallas, TX.  She has been severely affected by Levaquin toxicity. I have spoken to her a few times on the phone and she is a very nice lady. She told me that she has a sign on the back of her wheelchair that says  “Levaquin did this to Me“   She mentioned she has had many people ask her about this. She is making an effort to visit a congressman to see if something can be done about the great harm caused to so many people. Thank you for your hard work and effort Tracy.

Below is a comment from her.

Comment:
If there is anyone out there in Dallas, who has been floxxed, that has a Doctor, that knows, and understands about Levaquin toxicity,please contact me.  I live in a suburb of Dallas, I have been to ten Doctors in the last five months, none of them will read any of the literature, they have all told me Levaquin doesn’t cause any problems.  The Doctor that gave me the Levaquin claims, it would be impossible to trace my symptoms to Levaquin.  I could walk before Levaquin, I have about forty of the symptoms of Levaquin.  I need a Doctors referral,( w/ my insurance ), to go to a neurologist, and an Orthopedic Doctor. None of these ten Doctors will give me a referral to either, despite the fact that I can’t walk.  My number is 972-841-7043.  Tracywhiteside46@yahoo.com

Thank You,

Tracy

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