Levofloxacin Symptoms,pressure In Rain And Vision Loss

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donald Says:


I am suffering from the symptoms of levofloxacin poisioning which include pressure in head and vision loss( perhaps IIH) Would it be safe to fly from europe to America for treatment in a major clinic..



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Verwon Says:

I see this was posted a few months ago.

Have things improved any? What turned out to be causing the problem?

American can be very picky about who it lets it that is ill and why they are ill, due to possible dangers, so you'd never be able to just diagnose yourself and fly on over for treatment. You'd have to have everything fully documented and diagnosed by a medical team in your home country.

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Gia Says:

Hey, I'm just reading your post. How eactly did you
get Levofloxacin posoining? I"m perscrbed that for
upper respiratory/congestion symptoms. My Doctor
writes the script so if I need them ,I will have the. He
writes forme to take 500mg by mouth once daily for 7-10
days.




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