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Old 11-16-2009, 07:57 AM
Njmucci Njmucci is offline
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Default Avelox How long does it take to leave your system?

I started taking avelox about a week ago for a upper respiratory infection and I am so happy I took my last pill today. The first day I took it I felt nauseous and kind of out of it. The next day I felt really weak and lightheaded and I didn't think much of it because I was just getting over the flu. So I decided to start taking the pill at night and it semed like the nausea went away but then I couldn't sleep. I felt anxious, restless and umcomfortable and also started getting a stiffness in my hands and fingers. I can honestly say I am not taking that ever again. But does anyone know how long it's going to take for this drug to leave my system.
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Old 05-21-2010, 11:15 PM
Chris J Chris J is offline
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Default How long....

How long did it take for your symptoms to disappear?

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