Stu’s Story – Permanent Peripheral Neuropathy from Cipro

Fluoroquinolone Wall of Pain

Six years ago I was put on a 3 1/2 week therapy(seems so paradoxical to even use that word)of Cipro twice a day. I have been in medical sales all of my professional career and should have taken closer notice, that my legs were hurting me and should have stopped immediately. I took a generic so there is no recourse legally for the damage that was done.

I have never recovered, in fact, in many ways symptoms have grown worse. Post Cipro I was left with Peripheral Neuropathy in both feet, shins, calves, 24/7 365.

It is daily torture and difficult to live with(but its better than the alternative). I also deal with diffuse pain all over my body and no doctor can tell me the cause. I have Idopathic Peripheral Neuropathy(meaning, there is no known cause).

Each doctor I have seen, I tell them that I know that the…

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