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Crystalkd

Started 2 Meds Today

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The doc started me on 2 meds today levaquin and a generic verson of maxifed. I was able to check up on levaquin and they said it was fine. I can't seem to figure out the other. Has any one else had problems? I now have brain fog, a headache, and a stomache ache.

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Can you find a manufactorer # or call your pharm and they should be able to give you the #!!!!

Make sure your pharm puts a note in your acct that you cannot have gluten!!! My pharm is really good(I live in a small town and he calls the co for me!)

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The doc started me on 2 meds today levaquin and a generic verson of maxifed. I was able to check up on levaquin and they said it was fine. I can't seem to figure out the other. Has any one else had problems? I now have brain fog, a headache, and a stomache ache.

Any generic is risky make sure you check it. Just a bit of a heads up on the levaquin, if you notice any unusual symptoms or any changes in bowel habits other than the usual antibiotic effects make sure you notify your doctor quickly. You also need to be careful with it if you have blood sugar issues. If you do check your sugar often. The nastyest side effects are rare but they can occur. I will not go into details about my reaction but it was very severe..


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Misdiagnoses for 15 years were IBS-D, ataxia, migraines, anxiety, depression, fibromyalgia, parathesias, arthritis, livedo reticularis, hairloss, premature menopause, osteoporosis, kidney damage, diverticulosis, prediabetes and ulcers, dermatitis herpeformis

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the pharmasist said she called for me and then she said gsk made the genaric so I called they said they didn't and me and the lady tried to look it up online and came up with nothing. I don't drive and the guys at work were concerned so one of them took me home at the end of the day.

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