The Fluoroquinolone Time-Bomb – answers in the Mitochondria

 

Adverse reactions to fluoroquinolones are often delayed and people can tolerate a certain number of fluoroquinolones before they experience an adverse reaction. Delayed reactions and tolerance thresholds are perplexing mysteries until you take a look at mitochondrial dysfunction. Both delayed reactions and tolerance thresholds are actually typical for disease states that are caused by mitochondrial dysfunction. More details on the matter in this post. As always, thank you for reading and sharing!

http://www.hormonesmatter.com/fluoroquinolone-time-bomb-mitochondria-damage/

 

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2 thoughts on “The Fluoroquinolone Time-Bomb – answers in the Mitochondria

  1. B March 3, 2014 at 12:46 pm Reply

    Agree wtih “Many patients also experience a tolerance threshold for fluoroquinolone use” Agree with “delayed reaction to Cipro/Ciprofloxacin (also a fluoroquinolone) ”

    I had taken Fluoroquinolones many times even ever since I was a kid. Each time I took for about 1000mg/day for several days, no problem at all. In 2013 some doctor gave me 1000mg/day for 42 days, and problems began to show up immediately after I took them. (Threshold)
    3 months later, I got more attacks that are much more serious. (Delay)

    – Bo HongBo Guo

  2. B March 3, 2014 at 12:50 pm Reply

    by “and problems began to show up immediately after I took them. (Threshold)”
    I meant
    “and problems began to show up immediately after I FINISHED TAKING them. (Threshold)”

    WOW, I just heard me. I am very tolerant on Fluoros. 42 days of them did not kill me yet. I must have been very strong prior to the drugs 🙂

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