Floxie Hope Podcast Episode 26 – Tamara

I had the pleasure of interviewing Tamara for Episode 26 of The Floxie Hope Podcast.

Please check out the podcast through these links:

http://www.floxiehopepodcast.com/026-tamara/

Or

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

You can also read about Tamara’s journey:

https://floxiehope.com/tamaras-story-cipro-toxicity/

Tamara wrote her recovery story back in 2014. She has since had a beautiful, healthy, vivacious little girl, and her life has changed significantly in the last 4 years.

She speaks about her journey through fluoroquinolone toxicity, and how her life has changed in the last 4+ years since she was hurt by Cipro in this episode of The Floxie Hope Podcast.

Thank you for sharing your journey, Tamara!

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2 thoughts on “Floxie Hope Podcast Episode 26 – Tamara

  1. Shireene Mathlin-Tulloch September 27, 2018 at 10:40 am Reply

    “FLOXED”!!!!!! ……Why??????!!!!!

    Zahra, our 8 year old daughter is unfortunately one of the victims of this class of drugs. She was prescribed Norfloxacin 4 weeks ago for a UTI that showed resistant to all other antibiotics and by her third dose could not stand or walk!!! The tendons behind her knees are severely inflamed and not much so far is helping. She has been in a wheelchair since Sept 2, the day before school reopened and has been in so much pain that she has hardly attended school.

    Unfortunately , doctors here are clueless as to what needs to be done to reverse this horrific situation. She cannot take anti- inflammatory meds as they cannot be used long term or with this in her system. The pain has been excruciating at times, especially at night after a day of being lifted to do every thing. We are hard at work searching for the formula or hospital that can reverse this.

    I have learned since discussing her case with a number of persons internationally that people get hurt by these drugs, Cipro in particular is constantly mentioned- the problem is that very often the symptoms don’t show immediately. So yes, we know the medical opinion on these “ wonder” drugs, but research the harm they do and then tell me if you would ever take one or give one to your child if the situation were not life or death!

    • Michaela October 12, 2018 at 2:57 am Reply

      I am so sorry to hear about your daughter! I just saw your post, so it has been a few weeks. Dr. Mark Ghalili would be a good person to contact. Google for more information and check out Lisa’s podcast – episode 25. I hope he can help Zahra.

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