Have you been injured taking Levaquin?
Levaquin (Levofloxacin) is a member of the class of antibiotic medication called flouroquinolones. Levaquin is most commonly used to treat bacterial infections in the lung, sinus, skin and urinary tract.
Adverse side effects from patients taking Levaquin include:
- Tendon pain
- Tendon Ruptures
Most of the tendon related injuries reported by Levaquin use have been associated with the shoulder rotator cuff tendons and the Achilles tendon located in the back of the foot. These injuries can be extremely painful and in many cases require surgery to repair the torn or damages tendon.
Levaquin users have also reported numerous other side effects, including shortness of breath and swelling of the neck and face.
If you or a loved one has suffered a rupture tendon while taking Levaquin, contact Cellino & Barnes today. 1-(800) 888-8888