Tinnitus, nerve damage and a racing pulse from just TWO antibiotic pills… Despite warnings, some doctors are still prescribing drugs that can leave patients with crippling side-effects


After being prescribed antibiotics for a suspected urinary tract infection (UTI), Adam Sawczuk was expecting to bounce back to health within days.

He’d had stabbing pain and a dull ache in his groin for more than a week.

‘My GP decided to prescribe stronger fluoroquinolone antibiotics [called ofloxacin] after a seven-day course of a milder antibiotic [doxycycline] hadn’t worked,’ says Adam, 32, an NHS psychologist who lives in Carlisle, Cumbria.

Read more of the original article from DailyMail