Are There Adverse Drug Reactions With Immunocal and Cipro?

by Denise
(Corona, CA)

I had an accident 2 years ago that required surgery to my face. I never had any problems before that time. One of the drugs they gave me for a sinus infection attacked all the tendons and muscles in my body, leaving me with very painful lumps all over. I couldn't walk or drive. My face is in constant burning pain and pressure. I have changed my diet radically and do magnesium baking soda foot baths every night. It has been almost 2 years, and I am starting to walk with a cane. With constant physical therapy and massage, the painful lumps are starting to go down. My immune system is severely compromised. I am afraid of Immunocal because animal products have had the drug in them and caused flare ups. I don't take any animal products. Do you know anyone who has had a Floroquinoline antibiotic reaction? Ciprofloxcicin or Leviquine? And are they progressing?

Thank you,


Thank you for your question. I will try to answer each question in order.

When I first answered this question, I did not know anyone in your situation. In the last month, I have received phone calls from two people who have had adverse reactions to Cipro and/or Leviquine. So please find below my updated response as of 5/31/2011:

Do I know anyone who has had a Floroquinoline antibiotic reaction? Yes, I have met and talked with two people recently on the phone who have had a floroquinoline antibiotic reaction.

Ciprofloxcicin or Leviquine? Do I know anyone who has had a reaction to these drugs personally? Yes, I know two people thus far.

What have they reported? The first person reported nerve and tendon pain as if her whole body is on fire. She is in so much pain that she has had to take morphine. She describes her life as "A living hell."

The second person reported to me overall body twitching, electric shocks, muscle atrophy, constant pain, inability to sweat, body temperature dropped, skin breaking out, losing hair on hands and feet, losing weight, and insomnia.

I am currently helping each of these people to get relief by raising their glutathione levels with Immunocal. Glutathione has the ability to repair DNA damage and even reverse DNA mutation. You can read more about this here.

Are they progressing? It's too soon to tell. I will be glad to update you on their progress as I receive word of it with their permission.

It was explained to me that these class of flouroquinoline drugs work by getting into the DNA or your cells and mutating your DNA. This is very powerful stuff, and not in a good way. It's hard to believe this is still on the market.

Now to address your concerns. You mention that your immune system is severely compromised and that you are afraid of the drugs in Immunocal.

There are no drugs in Immunocal, it is made from fresh raw cow's milk. If you do not wish to consume animal products at all, then you should not take Immunocal.

However, if you are concerned about drugs, Immunocal is an all natural product made only with raw milk and it is guaranteed to raise your glutathione levels. Glutathione is essential to the proper functioning of a healthy immune system.

You can order Immunocal here.

Good health to you!

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Mar 10, 2016
Cipro and Immunocal
by: Anonymous

Has anyone responded to let you know if Immunocal reversed the problems caused by Cipro?

Oct 30, 2014
Progress from Cipro users
by: Nathaniel

Thank you for your question. I have been needing to update this page. So far, none of those who have come to me have decided to start and stay on a long term course of Immunocal, so I have no results to publish. Currently I have two former Cipro users considering taking Immunocal and should they decide to take Immunocal long term, with their permission, I would be happy to report back here on how they do as they progress.

Oct 29, 2014
by: Anonymous

i would love to see any update for the progress of the 2 people mentioned here who were beginning the Immunocal for cipro poisoning. How long has it been and are they still doing it? Are they improving?

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