Invanz User Reviews

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Invanz User Reviews

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    Comment from: 75 or over on Treatment for less than 1 month Published: April 20

    Intense tremoring in aging female,ramping up to severe, nonstop tremors that stopped only after we stopped this drug.The tremors disappeared within 24 hrs. of cessation of drug

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    Comment from: TRAVELONE, 35-44 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient) Published: August 22

    I just started taking this drug for a complicated skin infection thru a pik-line. So, far I have had nausia, dirrea and headaches. I've been taken the drug once a day along with Zyvox 600mg twice a day.

    Related Reading: Zyvox

    Comment from: rs, 45-54 on Treatment for less than 1 month Published: January 08

    I am using this medication in a 64 year old male on the advice of an infection control physician and after florquinilones, pen g and clindamycin failed a satisfactory response for a severe lung abscess in an emphysema patient. After six weeks of other treatments, this patient has showed very significant improvement after two IV administered doses.

    Related Reading: clindamycin | emphysema

    Comment from: massiveman65, 45-54 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient) Published: March 01

    I am not diabetic but have had an ongoing infection in my foot since stepping on a nail 3 yrs ago. Got MRSA had tip of big toe removed, following year the next toe completely, last year back to ER on IV anitbiotics for a week, 3 weeks ago again with infection in foot. 1 week hospital on IV meds, now for the last 2 weeks (out of a total of 6 weeks required) I have been giving myself daily IV of INVANZ through a PICC line. For the last 2 weeks I have been in so much pain due to muscle spasms in my chest, back and abs that I am in constant pain. It is difficult to find a position where I can be at ease for more than a few minutes. It feel as if I have worked all these muscle groups to beyond fatigue! I cant sit up in bed or even roll over without crying out in pain. I made the mistake of sneezing yesterday...OMG the worse pain of my entire life......I was close to passing out. ANYONE EVERY HAVE OR HERE OF SUCH SYMPTOMS? I can not take another 4 weeks of this torment. I have lost about 30 lbs in the last couple weeks due to my exhaustion and pain. Anyone with any information please help.

    Related Reading: MRSA | INVANZ | muscle spasms

    Comment from: Finally, 55-64 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient) Published: July 05

    UTI with possible kidney implication. Originally given another antibiotic to which the bacteria was resistant. It's not given by injection, but is infused daily through a PICC line. I infuse at home. Total length of treatment is ~ 3 weeks.

    Comment from: dibros, 45-54 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month Published: February 26

    severe confusion

    Comment from: shirley, 55-64 on Treatment for 1-6 months (Patient) Published: February 03

    I have a lung infection. Doctors are certain about it being mycobacteria, but are trying this first. Things have improved a little. Has anyone else used it for lung infections?

    Comment from: Female (Patient) Published: October 01

    for the nephrology patients given with the dialysis

    Comment from: sheryl, 45-54 on Treatment for 1-6 months (Patient) Published: May 19

    i know have scleroderma from taking this antibotic to remove infection in my body from staff infection

    Related Reading: scleroderma

    Comment from: jknudson, 45-54 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient) Published: March 26

    IV FOR 3 WEEKS TREATING DIVERTICULITIS ACCOMPANIED BY A RUPTURE(INFECTION AND INFLAMATION). ONE WK ON IV - WBC DROPPED FROM 16 TO 12.8, DIFF WAS GOOD AND C/T SCAN SHOWED INFLAMED AREA DECREASING.

    Related Reading: DIVERTICULITIS


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