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Lymetoo
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http://www.collective-evolution.com/2013/09/18/a-horrifying-cause-of-autism-dna-damage-from-synthetic-antibiotics/

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Not surprised at all by this.

Nasty stuff, should be pulled from the market.

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quote:
Originally posted by linky123:
Not surprised at all by this.

Nasty stuff, should be pulled from the market.

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Add in GMO's and chemicals and this is what you get.....

http://kinseimindbody.com/synergistic-destruction-how-vaccines-and-gmos-converge-to-fuel-autism-and-neurodegenerative-conditions/

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Keep in mind that fluoroquinolones are the ONLY SOLUTION for some who suffer from chronic UTI's/kidney infections. I am one of them!!!!

Don't take this class of drugs if you chose not to, but please DO NOT LIMIT MY OPTIONS!!!! by signing petitions to pull them from the market.

It's still a free country last time I checked. Or is it?

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I never sign petitions.

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Well, I do have a right to my opinion.

I was given this in the hospital for a kidney infection six years ago and have paid the price ever since.

People have a right to know the risks, and they are many with this drug.

This is helpful:

http://floxiehope.com/

[ 09-23-2015, 03:06 PM: Message edited by: linky123 ]

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That is some scary stuff! It makes so much sense too. You can't help but wonder why there's so much neurodegenerative illness around now compared to 50 years ago!

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I take D-Mannose twice a day to ward off infections. So far, so good after 7-8 yrs on it.

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Of course you do Linky! And I never said anyone didn't. And people DO need to be educated about this drug, for sure (and about them all, really).

This class of drugs is one of the few I have not developed an allergy to. So for me, it's a necessary evil. The levaquin IV did a number on me years ago as well. These days, I can tolerate Cipro but I make sure I take magnesium.

All I am is saying that I am sick of the "all or nothing" mentality in this country, pretty much about everything. If you don't want to take a drug, don't. No one will force it on you. But understand that there are those who need it.

And LT, D-Mannose didn't do anything for me. Another supplement helped me tremendously though.

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beaches, I understand.

My problem with this class of drugs is that the doctors treat it like it is harmless.

For some it's ok, but can leave some crippled.

Folks just need to be aware of it.

I'm glad it helps you.

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