Fluoroquinolones and Peripheral Neuropathy
Peripheral neuropathy, this is an often devastatingcondition in which people develop pain and numbness in their hands and feet. Basicallythey're told on the evening news that they should be taking this or that medication sothat they can get through life. That's treating the smoke and ignoring thefire. Those medicines that you're seeing advertised don't treat the neuropathy, they only treatthe symptoms. But what's causing peripheral neuropathy? Well we know that in America,one of the biggest causes of peripheral neuropathy is being diabetic, which is clearly relatedto the foods that you eat by and large. Becoming a type 2 diabetic dramatically increases yourrisk for having peripheral neuropathy and
in fact being devastated by it. This is adisease that effects 1 in 15 Americans. Let's take a look. So again this is 1 in 15 Americansâ€”thisis 20 million Americans afflicted by this disease, that aside from diabetes, we're toldthe cause is unknown. Well maybe that's not exactly true. Last month, in the journal Neurology,an incredible study was published describing a relationship between what are called fluoroquinolones,and the risk of developing a peripheral neuropathy. You may not know what fluoroquinolones are,but chances are you may have actually been exposed to fluoroquinolone. These are antibioticsused for treating things like upper respiratory
infections and even urinary tract infections.Things like Levaquin and Cipro are commonly used in walk in s. If you have a urinarytract infection, you may have received these mediations. Well, here's what the study showedus: So this is a study published in September2014 that looked at men between age 45 to 80 years of age followed for a 10 year periodand in this group there were over 6,000 cases of peripheral neuropathy. And they comparedthese individuals to about 25,000 aged match controls, and what they found was that riskfor developing this devastating condition called peripheral neuropathy was doubled inthose individuals exposed to this class of
antibiotics called fluoroquinolones. And whatthe researchers also told us is that, and I quote, quot;Fluoroquinolones have been shownto neurotoxic. Oral fluoroquinolones have also been associated with reported cases ofpsychosis and seizures, which similar to peripheral neuropathy have been shown to be acute eventsoccurring within days of fluoroquinolone use. In light of strong evidence of unnecessaryprescribing of oral fluoroquinolones in the United States, ians must weigh the riskof PN against the benefits of prescribing FQ when prescribing these drugs to their patients.quot; We've got to practice medicine under the dictumof quot;above all do no harm.quot; One of our most
well respected peer review journals is nowtelling us that the use of these medicationsâ€”these fluoroquinolone antibiotics is associatedwith doubling of the risk of peripheral neuropathy. A disease which often is not treatable. Sokeep that in mind the next time you think you need an antibiotic for this or that problem,discuss this study with your treating physician. I'm David Perlmutter.
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Ways to start eradicating not only numbness, but also various kinds of pain popularly associated with peripheral neuropathy, such as prickling, tingling, stabbing, burning, . General understanding about peripheral neuropathy, why you have that problem and how to execute the selftreatment procedures. Why the sensory nerves become unhealthy and why they send abnormal signals to the sufferers' brain. The thing associated with diabetes condition
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Shingles symptoms and treatment
theres a lot of confusion out there about shingles and quite frankly I'm not surprised it's something you catch, but actually youcould have caught it twenty years ago. What do I mean by that?Well actually shingles is basically a re activationof the chicken pox virus so anyone who's ever had chicken pox canget shingles later in life. Often it will start for no obvious reason at all sometimes, we think maybe stress is atrigger
and sometimes as you get older and yourimmune system isn't quite as strong, then shingles can come out. Basically thevirus, once you've had chicken pox, lives on in your spine, it doesn't do you any harm at all but it can get reactivated, and oneparticular area of your spine only on one side will then come outagain in shingles. The first symptoms are oftenfeeling slightly unwell and maybe a burning sensation or quite anasty pain often around just a small area of your tummy
or your chest, it's a band and itsabsolutely only over one side, you can also getshingles on part of your face, and then youdefinitely need to see a as soon as possible, because a possiblecomplication is in your eye two or three days after you startgetting this pain the rash starts to come out in blisters,very much like chicken pox those will gradually scab over andusually disappear, dry up completely, and go within two tofour weeks
however some people are more likely to get longterm pain called neuralgia that's a nerve pain,and it can be incredibly distressing. We do you think that ifyou're over 50, then you're more likely to getlongterm nerve pain, likewise if you have problems affectingyour face, rather than your chest or your torso, you're much more likelybe given tablets early, which may reduce the chance ofgetting longterm nerve pain the early you go in, the better
if you wait too long after you get theshingles rash, then the tablets won't help so it's really key to go in and see your as soon asshingles come out I would also suggest that you go and see your if you have any conditions which might affect yournervous system or your immune system, so if you takingsteroids or treatment for HIV, or cancer, or anything like that overall, shingles is really
really common. You can't catch it but you have got it because at somepoint you caught chicken pox. You can pass on chicken poxto somebody else if you've got shingles, but you can't pass on shingles So do be aware of avoiding pregnant women in particular when you've got shingles.