Daniel’s Story of Cipro Poisoning

hello to all my name is Daniel,i am 33 years old and i am from germany.between the pictures of me is a time of 2 months and 24x ciprofloxacin tablets.this is my story…..

Before I got Cipro I was a trainer for self protection and had my own martial arts school.

I trained different martial arts for 15 years and was 5 times a week in the gym. my life was fulfilled, I rode my motorcycle and was a department manager in a big hardware store.

I had found my love of life and we were going to get married and start a family this year.

Everything changed this year on February 10th, 2020, my doctor prescribed 24 tablets of Ciprofloxacin without warning and destroying my entire life.

After taking the antibiotic for the first time, I had insomnia and burning hands, I didn’t know what was wrong with me so I went back to my doctor and described the symptoms I had recently, and his answer was that it wasn’t from the antibiotics, so keep taking them!

I kept on taking it and after the cure all hell broke loose and I turned from one day to the next into a zombie!

My tendons in my feet started cracking and jumping, my whole body was burning like fire, I could only sleep for one hour at night, my skin was getting flabby and my hair started to fall out and my teeth started to wobble, very severe depression and hallucinations, a feeling of dying.

I am now 9 months postflox and the symptoms continue and become more intense.

every day i wake up in hell with all body aches,intestinal problems,my skin is getting drier and drier.a feeling in my body like i am going to die soon.heart is racing,nausea,all tendons in my body are cracking and jumping,exhaustion.i am tired and can’t sleep because i am in fight or flight mode 24/7.my muscles all over my body are twitching and i have trouble breathing.my eyes are burning like fire.all my teeth are sore.

I wish to die with every day and I think a lot about suicide because nobody can help me.

I had a dna test that proved that my dna was damaged by Cipro, I can’t even begin to imagine a life like this.

My great love has left me, I lost my job and my martial arts school.

I lost my apartment and had to move back in with my parents!

Every minute now is a fight for survival and I don’t know how long I can stand it.

I do not know who I am and what happened!

I owe it all to a doctor who had no idea that Cipro is the biggest poison in the world.

In Germany this disease is not recognized and we are depicted as psycho.

I don’t know how much longer I’m going to take part in this but I wanted to leave something behind so that others don’t have the same fate as me and all of us who have lost their lives and health due to the big pharmaceutical industry.

Cipro is poison and these assholes know these risks and destroy lives for money.

See you soon or maybe goodbye

Daniel

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11 thoughts on “Daniel’s Story of Cipro Poisoning

  1. Hi Daniel, it is horrifying that we are in 2020 and doctors are still prescribing fluoroquinolone drugs. Do they never read! Like you I was given Cipro and had an immediate reaction, which attacked my tendons. I tried different supplements and also had some relief with homeopathic care, but finally after two years, having IV treatments from a naturopath put me quickly on a path of healing. A mix of vitamins and supplements tailored to my particular needs, plus a glutathione “push”, a powerful antioxidant.
    Please, please don’t give up Daniel. Hopefully you have medical coverage to afford naturopathic treatment. It brought my life back to me. Be well and strong again.
    Eve
    BC Canada

  2. Daniel. Don’t give up. For ME–Accupuncture and Chinese herbs helped clear my symptoms over time. Accupuncture relieved pain and helped open blockages. My care was guided by a Doctor of Accupuncture and Chinese Medicine. It took time to find this path that led to where my answers lay. There were some very dark days. I had to keep looking, seeking (for exactly what I knew not), asking, praying. A door would open a bit. Some light illuminated part of the path ahead. I learned to meditate–the kind where you learn to move chi and clear blockages. Cleaned up my diet. My diet really wasn’t bad to begin with (I sometimes thought, this can’t be happening to me…I take good care of myself…this isn’t FAIR! and it likely isn’t) but there was still room for improvement in my diet. Took all hair dye out of my hair. Avoided steroids which medical doctors wanted me to take and which were initially prescribed WITH the FQ–the combination enhances the damage, I have discovered. Also–for me, No NSAIDS ever again. That means no ibuprofen. They can make symptoms worse. Got rid of caffeine. Ate lots of vegetables. Not a lot of red meat. As much organic as I could afford. Daniel–keep looking for what helps you. I know you have been. Do continue. Read online. Pray and meditate. Small steps. Life now is different from your past life. (Mine is very different.) That’s not easy to swallow. But life is not OVER. Not being able to exercise as I had in the past was so difficult. I had to begin appreciating even the smallest gains my body was making. Honoring small gains gave me some courage to walk through some more discouragement. My entire life was being remolded. And I was doing it. Little bitty bits at a time. Better days can be ahead. You have the right to feel scared and angry and alone. To have really down days or times. If you’re suicidal, though, call a Help Line. Now. See a doctor also. Get on medication. Talk with a therapist. And then–as you go on along rebuilding, include the practice of gratitude. Look for small things to appreciate, if that’s what it takes to get started. A flower. A sunbeam. A bird. Gratitude changes ones ability to see things formerly overlooked as the blessings they truly are. That way, negative mind set and fear don’t consume you. Negative thoughts set up a different chemical balance in the body. Don’t give up. One step at a time. You are in my prayers.

    • Hi Abby, just to add to what you mentioned to Daniel regarding organic foods. In Canada and the US cipro is used to treat our farm animals and poultry so it is most important to only purchase hormone and antibiotic free meat. Twice at the beginnng of my healing I ate meats that must have been given cipro and within an hour after eating I could barely walk. Like you I cannot afford to purchase only organic foods, but organic meat is very important.
      Very much enjoyed reading your healing story.

      • Hi Eve. I’m glad you pointed out the antibiotic/meat connection. Years, even decades, before–or at least I THINK before–FQ entered my life, I developed significant and persistent joint pain. Researching and reading, (and during this time, I also went to a School of Scientific Therapeutic Massage Therapy which included nutrition education–which looked at antibiotics and additives in our food supply) I learned more about livestock raising practices. I quit red meat. I was amazed when the symptoms I had ascribed to arthritis STOPPED. Just went away! Gone!–as long as I stayed off red meat. (At that time I already had a BSN degree in nursing, and had worked as an R.N.for 15 years, but this information was not part of that education and training!!! It wasn’t part of mainstream culture, either, at the time, at least not where I lived.) Chicken and fish became my mainstays. Tried vegan as my cousin had done. But I felt too underfed and weak. She had problems too and eventually added some meat back in her diet. I began winnowing out refined sugars and processed empty-of-nutritive-value foods. Made good progress, though habit changing takes effort and time, especially when raising children and having husband in school and running our own business along with working our other jobs. Busy times. Still–fast forward to now–sometimes, on the purest diet, I get a deep sense of weakness which goes away when I eat some bison or beef. My accupuncture and Chinese medicine doctor says my chi get too low, and we review the foods to boost and balance my chi. I take some maintenance Chinese herbs which help keep me balanced and on track.

        It’s so good to hear your experience. I hope Daniel is well. He is in my daily prayers and thoughts.

        I have a Canadian connection. My brother lived in Nova Scotia for 30 years. I used to take the train over to see him. At one time, I was looking at moving there to be near him, but then he got a great job opportunity in Australia and moved to the land down under. He’s still there. I’m still here. But part of my heart always belongs to Canada.

        Abby R

  3. Daniel. Don’t give up. For ME–Accupuncture and Chinese herbs helped clear my symptoms over time. Accupuncture relieved pain and helped open blockages. My care was guided by a Doctor of Accupuncture and Chinese Medicine. It took time to find this path that led to where my answers lay. There were some very dark days. I had to keep looking, seeking (for exactly what I knew not), asking, praying. A door would open a bit. Some light illuminated part of the path ahead. I learned to meditate–the kind where you learn to move chi and clear blockages. Cleaned up my diet. My diet really wasn’t bad to begin with (At times I thoight–this can’t be happening to me…I take good care of myself…this isn’t FAIR! and it likely isn’t) but there was room for improvement. Avoided steroids which medical doctors wanted me to take and which were initially prescribed WITH the FQ–the combination enhances the damage, I have discovered. Also–for me, No NSAIDS ever again. That means no ibuprofen. They can make symptoms worse. Got rid of caffeine. Ate lots of vegetables. Not a lot of red meat. As much organic as I could afford. Daniel–keep looking for what helps you. I know you have been. Do continue. Read online. Pray and meditate. Small steps. Life now is different from your past life. (Mine is very different.) That’s not easy to swallow. But life is not OVER. Not being able to exercise as I had in the past was so difficult. I had to begin appreciating even the smallest gains my body was making. Honoring small gains gave me some courage to walk through some more discouragement. My entire life was being remolded. And I was doing it. Little bitty bits at a time. Better days can be ahead. You have the right to feel scared and angry and alone. To have really down days or times. If you’re suicidal, though, call a Help Line. Now. See a doctor also. Get on medication. Talk with a therapist. And then–as you go on along rebuilding, include the practice of gratitude. Look for small things to appreciate, if that’s what it takes to get started. A flower. A sunbeam. A bird. Gratitude changes ones ability to see things formerly overlooked as the blessings they truly are. That way, negative mind set and fear don’t consume you. Negative thoughts set up a different chemical balance in the body. Don’t give up. One step at a time. You are in my prayers.

  4. Hi Daniel, if your love left you for this don’t waste time mourning her loss . . . Most importantly “never turn your back on yourself” Always be there for yourself and love yourself. Similar thing happened to me years ago & when I got well , he came back for me and I said “too late” I never took him back.
    If you are willing to get a low interest bank loan 2 great sites to visit for help, “Regenerative Medicine” based in LA and the “Ultra Wellness Center” in MA, or maybe you can find a “good & affordable” Naturopathic Doctor local to you . . . At the very least incorporate “anti-inflammatory diet”, and cut out all sugar (a toxin for inflammation) I would avoid all beef but if you must only very very limited grass fed & grass finished beef, organic & pastured chicken . I would personally eliminate beef entirely and eat small cold water fish: fresh “Wild Sockeye salmon” Wholefoods has it. sardines, anchovies other small cold water fish and [plenty of organic green leafy veggies, organic apples berries etc
    but you absolutely need someone professional to help you HEAL!!!
    Magnesium Glycinate and good Vit C with bioflavenoids is great too. Omega Fish oil!

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