Monthly Archives: December 2017

Write for Floxie Hope

Are you interested in sharing thoughts, opinions, or advice with others in the “floxie” community? Would you like to use the Floxie Hope platform to reach your fellow floxies?

If so, I would like to invite you to write a guest post for www.floxiehope.com (this site).

There is so much wisdom and insight in this community. I see thoughtful and insightful posts in the comments on this site, and in the various facebook groups that focus on supporting victims of fluoroquinolones. Unfortunately, so many wonderful, valuable comments (either on this site, or on social media) get lost as newer comments rise to the top. One way to preserve thoughtful comments is to turn them into blog posts on floxiehope.com.

I welcome all insights into fluoroquinolone toxicity to be published on floxiehope.com. Hopeful posts, or those about your recovery journey, or things that have helped you, are of course welcome. I want this site to have hope and recovery as its base. However, I also welcome posts that explore the less hopeful aspects of fluoroquinolone toxicity. If you want to write a summary of a journal article about fluoroquinolone damage, or if you want to write a post that connects the symptoms of, for example, fluoroquinolone toxicity to lupus, I’m happy to publish something like that too. I’m open to other suggestions as well.

If you are interested in writing a post for floxiehope.com, please contact me through this form:

Thank you in advance for any consideration that you give to contributing to floxiehope.com! All contributions to this site are greatly appreciated!

 

 

 

Floxie Hope Podcast Episode 24 – PJ

PJ shared his journey through fluoroquinolone toxicity on Episode 24 of The Floxie Hope Podcast. Check it out!

http://www.floxiehopepodcast.com/episode-024-pj/

or

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/floxie-hope-podcast/id945226010

PJ was given IV levofloxacin/levaquin and flagyl in the hospital, and afterward he suffered from multiple severe side-effects including debilitating fatigue, peripheral neuropathy, body-wide numbness, pain, inflammation in all his joints, and more.

He has come a long way, and he is 80% recovered.

PJ is wonderfully insightful and inspirational. Please listen to, review, and share, this episode of The Floxie Hope Podcast. Thanks!!