Victoria’s Story – Cipro Adverse Effects

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My name is Victoria Morency and I am disabled and on Social Security Disability since 2009. I have been having peripheral neuropathy (PN) since 2002. Some of my previous professional positions were as follows:

2006-2007 Licensed Real Estate Salesperson and Office Manager for Windermere Real Estate
2000-2005 IT Manager and Marketing Manager for Honolulu Symphony
1996-1999 IT Manager and Membership Coordinator for Hawaii Theatre
1992-1995 Computer Consultant and Classroom Instructor for Software Plus
1985-1992 Office Manager, Legal Assistant for Robert E. Warner, Esq.
1979-1984 Legal Assistant for Davis, Playdon & Gerson, Attorneys at Law, A Law Corporation
1980 Licensed real estate salesperson (License # RS-25608 and RS-68891)

Summary:
I went to North Kohala Hospital on December 2, 2009 with severe abdominal pain. I was diagnosed with an UTI (urinary tract infection) and was treated for such. I was given Cipro and Levaquin to treat said UTI. Dr. Goldberg treated me and released me from the Hospital December 2, 2009 at 6:31 PM. I WAS GIVEN CIPRO AS AN HOME/NIGHT PACK WITH NO INSTRUCTIONS (INFORMATION SHEET) THE Cipro should not be used for the first line of treatment for a UTI if that is what I had (PDR citation)?

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