We now know that fluoroquinolone antibiotics, which are commonly prescribed to treat upper respiratory infections and other bacterial infections, may directly lead to permanent nerve damage in the form of peripheral neuropathy.

Levaquin Users Face Risk of Nerve Damage

Antibiotics are often seen as harmless drugs – something taken to quickly “knock” an illness out of you or even used as a precaution to avoid a full-blown illness. There’s no denying antibiotics have saved lives, but there is growing concern the side effects from certain classes of antibiotics are putting users at serious risk.

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Levaquin Users Sue for Hiding Side Effects

All major drug manufacturers have been accused of wrongdoing at one time or another, and Johnson & Johnson is no exception.

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Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics Can Cause Peripheral Neuropathy

Nobody likes an upper respiratory infection. Bacterial infections of any kind can be extremely serious and require medical attention. But what happens when the medicine your doctor prescribes solves one problem while causing another?

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