Cipro Side Effects. Cipro Adverse Reaction
Cipro is one of a group of synthetic antibiotics known as fluoroquinolones. It is used to fight bacterial infections. It is prescribed millions of times each year. But Cipro’s side effects are more far-reaching than either the FDA or the drug manufacturers want you to know.
After taking Cipro, thousands of people have developed long term physical and neurological problems. Cipro’s adverse reactions have seriously damaged the lives of unsuspecting individuals. Many people never realize that Cipro adverse reactions can occur many weeks after cessation of the drug. Many doctors continue to turn a deaf ear and deny Cipro side effects.
The motives of drug companies are no secret. They are driven entirely by the desire to make profits. Many US media and postal workers who took Cipro during the 2001 anthrax scare have suffered devastating Cipro adverse reactions. Are you suffering from Cipro side effects? Check your medical records to see if you’ve taken Cipro (or any other fluroquinolone) in the past year and then look at the current state of your health. Have you had trouble sleeping? Muscle pain or neuropathy? Anxiety or panic attacks? All of these (and more) have been linked to Cipro.
Most physicians have not been properly educated about the potential devastating injuries caused fluoroquinolone antibiotics. Cipro side effects can result in prolonged or permanent disability. Post- marketing studies of several fluoroquinolones have shown an incidence of adverse reactions much higher than were reported in pre-clinical studies. Approximately half of the fluoroquinolone antibiotics that were once on the market have now been removed from clinical practice due to severe toxicities. Examples include Trovan, Tequin, Zagam, and Omniflox.
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