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Floxie Hope Podcast Episode 18 – Clara

I had the pleasure of interviewing Clara for episode 18 of The Floxie Hope Podcast.

Please check it out!

http://www.floxiehopepodcast.com/episode-018-clara/

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

You can download all episodes of The Floxie Hope Podcast through any podcatcher app that connects to iTunes.

In this episode of The Floxie Hope Podcast Clara goes over her fluoroquinolone toxicity symptoms, as well as some things that have helped her. She gives wonderful insight and advice!

After taking Cipro, Clara’s toxicity symptoms included:

  • Nausea
  • Loss of appetite
  • Insomnia
  • Loose teeth
  • Bleeding gums
  • Getting sick easily / suppressed immune system
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Brain fog
  • And more

Clara has improved greatly with the assistance of a naturopathic doctor who focuses on balancing her hormones. She has also benefitted from an anti-candida diet, and several supplements. Please listen to the podcast for more information about her journey.

Thank you so much for being on the podcast, Clara! Your journey is inspirational and valuable!

 

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Podcast Participants Wanted

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There are 15 episodes of The Floxie Hope Podcast available at http://www.floxiehopepodcast.com/ and https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/floxie-hope-podcast/id945226010. Each interview on The Floxie Hope Podcast is valuable and informative, and I encourage each of you to listen to the stories of your fellow floxies by downloading the podcast.

So far, episodes of The Floxie Hope Podcast have been downloaded 14,500 times. Thank you to everyone who has listened to the podcast!

Unfortunately, I’ve gotten a bit lazy when it comes to recording and releasing new episodes of The Floxie Hope Podcast. I’d like to change my momentum, and start putting up new podcast episodes again. If you are interested in being interviewed for The Floxie Hope Podcast, please reach out to me. You can reach me through this Contact form (please note in your message that you are writing because you’re interested in being on the podcast):

Everyone who has a fluoroquinolone story to tell is welcome to be on the podcast. Though I think that listeners appreciate tips and advice, you don’t need to be recovered in order to share your story on the podcast. All are welcome.

In addition to stories from floxies, I’d also love to interview the loved ones of floxies. If a spouse, child, parent, or other loved one of a floxie wants to be on the podcast, I’d love to interview them too.

I’m available to do interviews most evenings and weekends. If you’re interested in sharing your story on The Floxie Hope Podcast, please let me know. Thanks, and I look forward to speaking to you!

 

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Floxie Hope E-Book Now Available on Amazon

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I wrote an ebook.  It’s called, “Floxie Hope: A Journey Through Fluoroquinolone Antibiotic Toxicity.”  It’s a compilation of my more hopeful and optimistic posts, as well as information about my personal journey and tips for healing.  It’s available on Amazon –

http://www.amazon.com/Floxie-Hope-Fluoroquinolone-Antibiotic-Toxicity-ebook/dp/B00VGS34A8/

I hope you like it!  I hope that it’s helpful too!

It’s on sale for $8.99 and it’s currently only available through Amazon’s Kindle format.  Even if you don’t have a Kindle devise though, you can download it onto your computer.

Thank you in advance to anyone who purchases it!

If you purchase/read it, please leave a review on Amazon.  All reviews are greatly appreciated!

Spoiler – like the Floxie Hope web site, the ebook doesn’t have a cure for fluoroquinolone toxicity in it.  I don’t know of a cure that has been discovered yet.  It does have words of advice that I hope are helpful and inspirational though.  I think/hope that it’s helpful to know that people have gotten through fluoroquinolone toxicity, and it’s good to hear about how they got through.  I really do hope that it’s helpful to those who are going through fluoroquinolone toxicity!  Floxies certainly need all the help and support they can get.

The more places information about fluoroquinolone toxicity can be found, the better.  Now when people are searching for information about fluoroquinolone toxicity on Amazon, they can find the Floxie Hope ebook.  Maybe it will help some people to put together the pieces as to why they are sick and in pain.

The ebook focuses on hope and healing.  I have posted a mix of things on the Floxie Hope web site.  Some of the things that I’ve posted are hopeful, but other things aren’t.  This ebook focuses on the more hopeful messages.

I realize, and want to acknowledge, that not everyone recovers from fluoroquinolone toxicity.  But even those whose lives are permanently changed can be helped by hearing hopeful messages.

I truly hope that the book is helpful to all who read it!  Thank you to all who do!

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Crowdfunding Floxie Hope

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I’m asking for support of Floxie Hope.  Thank you very much for your consideration!

I’m trying crowd-funding.  The basic premise of crowd-funding is that many people each give a little money to support a cause or organization because they find value in it.

I’m a bit biased, but I think that a lot of value is offered through Floxie Hope.  The stories of healing and recovery offer hope and tips to those going through the horror of fluoroquinolone toxicity. The posts offer information that Floxies can share with their families and friends to help spread the word about the dangers of fluoroquinolones. The posts also help friends and family members to understand what is experienced when the fluoroquinolone toxicity bomb goes off in a Floxie’s body.  The Links & Resources page links to articles explaining the science behind fluoroquinolone toxicity – and gives Floxies something that they can show to their doctors to help them to understand what is happening in the Floxie’s body.  People have reached me through the “contact me” link and I hope that I have helped them through offering guidance and support.

I hope that everyone who visits Floxie Hope gains knowledge, strength, community, information, support, and even amusement.  I hope that it makes the journey through fluoroquinolone toxicity a little bit easier to bare.

If you would like to support Floxie Hope, here is a link to support Floxie Hope monetarily:

 

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Additionally, there are lots of non-monetary ways that you can support Floxie Hope.  I greatly appreciate everyone who:

  1. Shares posts and articles about fluoroquinolone toxicity on social media
  2. Comments on Floxie Hope (a huge THANK YOU to everyone who has helped to form a community of support on Floxie Hope)
  3. Talks to your friends and family about the dangers of fluoroquinolones

It’s a good site.  If you agree, please donate a few dollars through the link above, spread the warning to those you love, and/or spread the hope to those who are suffering.

Thank you for your time, consideration and support – in whatever form it takes!

Wishing you hope and healing,

Lisa

 

P.S. – If you are in a giving mood, here are some other organizations that are providing value to the Floxie community, who will also appreciate support/money: