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Old 02-07-2008, 06:55 PM
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I was prescribed a 5 day factive treatment against a bacterial bronchitis. After taking only 2 doses of factive i have experienced a tremendous decrease in appetite (i basically have not eaten in 2 days), serious headaches, light headedness and severe nausea to the point where laying flat on my back in the dark was the only way from keeping me from vomiting. As to my bronchitis? The symptoms are gone. I have a light cough and my nose is somewhat stuffed. But I feel sicker than ever before thanks to factive. IT IS A POWERFUL DRUG AND IF YOU HAVE THE DESIRE TO DIE ALONG SIDE YOUR INFECTION I RECOMMEND IT HIGHLY!! as for me, I am done with factive. I trashed the remaining three pills, I will contact my physician on monday when the office is open and give him quite a piece of my mind... depending on if I am able to stand up by then. Regarding a rash, I have not shown any symptoms yet, but after what I experienced from this drug I would not be surprised if I woke up tomorrow covered head to toe!
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