Following up on our last month's newsletter about drugs causing more harm than good, there apparently is another drug that fits that mold. Fluoroquinolone is an antibiotic that is commonly used to treat a variety of illnesses such as respiratory and urinary tract infections. The antibiotic is used in some of the well-known drugs on the market, such as Levaquin, Avelox, Noroxin, among others. However, the FDA strengthened its warning regarding Fluoroquinolone as it may cause sudden, severe, and possibly permanent nerve damage, also known as peripheral neuropathy (nerve damage).
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