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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Hello. A patient has come to me for acupuncture treatment

Hello. A patient has come to me for acupuncture treatment for an irritating sound and numbness in her ear following use of Levaquin in 2008. Diagnosed as tinnitus at ER. Worsening over last month. Auditory side effects or not listed included in the list of side effects at this site. She says a friend has had a similar experience same side effects from the same truck. Any comments would be appreciated. Thank you Jim Martin L AC
Fri, 5 Oct 2018
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