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Old 02-10-2011, 08:03 PM
juju0128 juju0128 is offline
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Default Avelox nastiness

This is Thursday. I have had 2 nights of Avelox and I won't be taking anymore. Was prescribed this drug for a sinus infection on Tuesday. I already felt weird and spaced out because of the infection, but, now, Oh Man! Last night, after only two hours of sleep, I awoke to find my eyes, throat and nose so dry that I had to put saline in my eyes and nose (not the same saline, by the way) every couple of hours. Never did get back to sleep because then, my arms and legs started feeling twitchy and I began to get paranoid thoughts. I sat in the shower and cried before I got ready for work. Now, my arms are still twitching and I feel like my face isn't moving when it is and I still feel like I'm expecting someone to jump me every minute. I hope these feelings go away before bedtime tonight because I've been a raging b*tch for the past three weeks anyway. Without sleep, I don't know what I might say or do. Never, ever again.
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