Some people who have used Cipro have suffered serious side effects as a result. Several treatments are available to help alleviate the symptoms of Cipro toxicity and one which has proven effective is offered through plasma therapy. This article will explain how regenerative therapy is used to help patients who are suffering from Cipro toxicity.
What is Cipro?
Cipro or ciprofloxacin is an antibiotic. It used to be commonly prescribed for a wide range of conditions that can be treated with antibiotics, including acute sinusitis and bone infections.
However, all of this changed in 2016, when the FDA issued a warning against using Cipro unless it was absolutely necessary. This was after a number of people developed severe side effects from using the antibiotic.
Cipro and other fluoroquinolone antibiotics help to destroy a bacterial. They do so effectively but in the process they also destroy mitochondrial DNA. Your mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cells in your body.
Without mitochondria functioning effectively, you’ll gradually start to feel lethargic. This is why so many people with Cipro toxicity are diagnosed as having chronic fatigue.
Cipro toxicity increases over time,. This means that the first time you take Cipro for an infection and recover from the infection you may not notice any side effects.
However, as you continue using Cipro for other infections such as UTIs or sinus infections, the damage to your mitochondrial DNA increases. A drop in energy is not the only side effect that you will experience.
People who have pain, depression or nausea from using Cipro or other fluoroquinolones also have damage to their muscles and other parts of the body.
What happens to patients who are suffering from Cipro toxicity?
Patients with Cipro toxicity may experience a wide range of symptoms, including torn tendons, muscle wasting and psychosis. The side effects of taking Cipro can be so severe, that a patient may experience difficulties with walking or have to use a mobility device.
Who can benefit from Cipro toxicity therapy?
Cipro toxicity treatment is designed to help patients who have been prescribed Cipro and have experienced damage to their muscles as a result. This includes individuals who have experienced antibiotic tendon rupture after using the medication.
In-depth functional medicine analysis will have to be done in order to ensure that you are a good candidate for Cipro toxicity therapy. Several aspects are involved in treatment, including cell therapy and the correction of metabolic deficiencies.