New Onset Shoulder pain

I have been on the Levaquin tendinitis protocol for three weeks and developed acute tendinitis in my shoulders (in addition to bilateral patellar tendonosis and bilateral epicondylitis which I believe was related to Leviquins 28 and 10 years ago respectively). I don't know if this is due to overuse because I compensate doing things with my shoulders because I can't with my arms and hands or if it is due to all of the vitamin D. Can you please shed any light on this?

Thank you very much,


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What are you taking
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Sally,

Without knowing what supplement regimen that you are on, I can't help you very much. So, please outline your supplement regimen and what you are doing with your diet.

Kerri Knox, RN

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