Levaquin Peripheral Neuropathy
ATTENTION HAVE YOU TAKEN THE DRUG LEVAQUIN? IF SO, PLEASE, LISTEN TO THIS IMPORTANT MESSAGE. Millions of lives have been saved becauseof the discovery of antibiotics. Fluoroquinolones are a type of powerful antibiotic which havebeen used to treat serious and lifethreatening bacterial infections. These fluoroquinolonesinclude the antibiotic drug, Levaquin. However, Levaquin has often been prescribedfor less serious ailments, such as sinus infections or ear infections, as well as other problemsthat could be treated with antibiotics that aren't quite as potent. This has resultedin many people developing Levaquin peripheral
neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy occurs when the nervesthat carry information from the brain to the central nervous system have become damaged.This results in a variety of symptoms and many people have become disabled due to theuse of these antibiotics. Some of these symptoms include: Shooting painBurning or tingling sensation Lack of coordination and muscle weaknessDigestive issues DizzinessLightheadedness
Changes in blood pressureVision problems Sweating or intolerance to heat In 2013, the FDA required drug makers to listperipheral neuropathy as a side effect. This came 12 years after the connection had alreadybeen made. Levaquin nerve damage can result in permanentdisability and rob a victim of their ability to work. A number of lawsuits have alreadybeen filed, all of which claim the companies failed to provide patients with adequate warningsabout their association with peripheral neuropathy. If you or someone you know has taken Avelox,Cipro or Levaquin and developed any burning,
tingling, numbness of the legs and or arms,or were diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy, you may be entitled to compensation. Howevertime is limited to file a claim. For a free, no obligation case review, callthe experienced law office of Bernstein Liebhard toll free at 18889882'9. That's 18889882'9. Again to learn more about your rights today,and for the compensation you deserve, call the law office of Bernstein Liebhard at 18889882'9.
Feel This Pain S4E5 Chronic Pancreatitis
Hello, and welcome to anotheredition of Feel This Pain. I'm Ken McKim. And in tonight's episode,we're going to be talking about something known as chronic pancreatitis. So what is it? Well, it's when yourpancreas becomes inflamed, making it harder for you to digest food and regulate your blood sugar levels.
So, let's take a look at itby the numbers, shall we? In 2009, there were almost20,000 admissions for chronic pancreatitisat a cost of $172 million. That's not chump change. Men are one and a halftimes more likely than women to have chronic pancreatitis. Now, your pancreas really has two jobs. It produces enzymes tohelp you digest food,
and it releases hormoneslike insulin and glucagon into your blood to help controlyour blood sugar levels. So with chronic pancreatitis, something is causing thosedigestive enzymes to activate before they leave the pancreas, which means that instead of digesting food they start digesting thetissue of the pancreas, leading to inflammation.
And that kind of repeated inflammation can cause permanent scarringthat can lead to things like cysts or gallstones developing. Which then mess things up even more by impeding the flow ofthose same digestive enzymes that would normally help breakdown the food that you eat. So not only do theenzymes activate too soon, but too few of them aremaking it out of the pancreas
to help digest your food. And for those of you who haveseen my Feel This Pain tutorial on gastroparesis, youalready know what happens when your food doesn'tget broken down properly. You become malnourished,'cause you're unable to absorb any of thenutrients from your food. Now, also remember Isaid that the pancreas regulates your blood sugar levels.
So yes, those same cystsand other blockages can also interfere with the production and distribution of insulin. So you could end up asa malnourished diabetic. It's crazy. So what are some of the causes? Well, the number one causethat everyone's familiar with is alcohol.
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