Wendy Y’s Story

Female 2My Levaquin story…the short version. The Levaquin story is mine as well. I am a substitute teacher and a single Mom and Grandmother. I am lucky if I can push through the pain and work even two days a week. I can’t pay my bills. My youngest daughter is 13 ..she is a cheerleader, a red belt in Muy Tai Kwan Do and active in drama currently in rehearsals for another musical. I cannot attend most of her games to… See full story

Matt Y’s Story

male_1On April 6, 2015 I was admitted to the hospital for treatment and surgery for diverticulitis. I am 46 years old and am healthy and fit and exercise 5 to 6 days a week. I am extremely active and own and operate two busy restaurants. After being diagnosed with a perforation due to diverticulitis, I was on IV Cipro for 6 days and oral Cipro for 4 days. The day after I finished the Cipro prescription, my family noticed that… See full story

Cathy S’s Story

Female 2My life changed dramatically after being put on Cipro for 30 days in 2003 following colon surgery. The next six years were filled with one joint surgery after another – 5 surgeries in total. My doctors could not figure out why my body was completely falling apart. Unfortunately, during this six year period I was put on Cipro multiple more times for unnecessary reasons – diverticulitis, uti’s etc. Then in 2009, while on my last dose of Cipro, my life… See full story

David M’s Story

male_1Living life after Levaquin has been challenging to say the least. Prescribed in 2007 for an unconfirmed infection, I experienced slowly deteriorating health thereafter. The symptoms of my illness encompassed everything from neurological, muscular-skeletal, digestive, and much more. I had to retire early at the end 2012, a full decade earlier that I had anticipated.… See full story