Pyrrole Disorder, or Pyrrouria, affects about 11% of population, mostly woman. It can cause devastating chronic illnesses and plays an important role in many psychiatric conditions. Sadly, most peo…

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Letter from Bayer to Doctors Regarding Cipro and Avelox

The above letter, from Bayer to health care professionals reads: August 22, 2016 IMPORTANT DRUG WARNING Subject: Important Changes in the Avelox (moxifloxacin hydrochloride) and Cipro (ciprofloxaci…

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Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics and Oxalate Overload

Good article oxalates can prevent healing.

Floxie Hope


According to the wikipedia entry for oxalobacter formigenes, “Quinolone, a broad-spectrum antibiotic, kills O. formigenes. If a person’s gastrointestinal (GI) tract lacks this bacterium, and therefore lacks the primary source for the oxalyl-CoA decarboxylase enzyme, then the GI tract cannot degrade dietary oxalates which on digestion get absorbed easily and after some vitamin B6-modulated partial metabolical degradation in the body, is excreted in the kidney, where it precipitates with calcium to form calcium oxalate kidney stones.”

Basically, this means that quinolones (and some other antibiotics) kill oxalobacter formigenes, a bacteria in the GI tract that is crucial for breaking down oxalates. When oxalates aren’t broken down properly in the GI tract, they move on to the kidneys where they form calcium oxalate kidney stones.

Kidney stones aren’t the only problems that oxalates cause though. Oxalates cause methylation problems that inhibit detoxification. According to Dr. Rostenberg’s article, OXALATES…

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