In a nutshell, my husband and I are currently surviving a Cipro attack, “a floxing” if you will, of high severity. I took Cipro in July 2010, and since then our lives have been unrecognizable. If you take the time to read my story, you will see that I was an active 39 year old mother of two, regular walker (in fact, I bought a new treadmill while taking Cipro), and generally healthy. Since developing Cipro Toxicity, I spend about 8-10 hours a night laying down and sleeping (when I can), 12-14 hours a day sitting on my bed with my legs elevated on pillows, and 2-4 hours a day, bathing or going to doctor appointments. My husband has hardly left my side in all this time, working the best he can over the phone (not easy to do when you are a contractor), while devoted to my full time care. My children (ages 4 and 9) have been frightened to the point where they both are having nightmares regularly, and all of us have lived in a state of shock for a couple of months now.
Recently, we have all been able to take a deep breath and relax a bit, and that is largely in response to my recent, dramatic and sudden shift towards recovery that came after I started using h202 treatments. My kids love to see me walking for longer periods of time, and my daughter gets particularly happy when I can help her climb onto my bed for a good snuggle. My son has been dreading his math homework, but knowing that my mind is clear enough to help him with it, brings him a lot of comfort. And my husband is finally relaxing enough to make some real efforts to properly care for himself. And although I have no proof yet, I feel entirely convinced that I will make a full recovery. I have seen enough in my own progress to reasonably believe that I will not only heal, but heal faster than the projected time lines for recovery. And this is because of the alternative approaches to healing I discussed in detail under the heading THREE THINGS THAT WORKED FOR ME. From the very beginning of my illness, I attacked the Cipro Toxicity with an arsenal of alternative techniques, none of which were known to my western medical doctors, much less recommended. The truth is this: just because your doctor doesn’t have a cure for Cipro Toxicity, doesn’t mean that one does not exist. It just means that it isn’t profitable… to them.