What Type Of Infection Is Ciprofloxacin Hcl 500 Mg Taran Used For?

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I have some Ciprofloxacin hcl pills left, trying figure out what they treat.

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Odie Says:

It's for cystitis/bladder infections. I just finished the dosage today. Atleast this is why I hav ciprofloxacin 500mg! Hope his helped.

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David Says:

I was just reviewing a drug article on Ciprofloxacin stating it is in fact used to treat bacterial infections.

Ciprofloxacin is limited to the treatment of proven bacterial infections such as:

- Urinary tract infections
- Acute uncomplicated cystitis in females
- Chronic bacterial prostatitis
- Lower respiratory tract infections
- Acute sinusitis
- Skin and skin structure infections
- Bone and joint infections
- Infectious diarrhea
- Typhoid fever (enteric fever)

You can view the complete drug article by clicking on the link below...

Please post back if you have any other questions or concerns...

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Sierra Says:

o wow LMFAOOOO!!! i used those for the wrong reason

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wolbok Says:

indication of Ciproflocxacin

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wolbok Says:

whar are the diffrent between Ranitidine 150 & 300

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wolbok Says:

what are the different between paracetomal and nimusulide

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knightly Says:

its also used for E-coli

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ken simmons Says:

i have none of the above issues but still given six weeks course i would like to know why ?

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jason Says:

can ciproxina be used to cure gonorrhea?

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lois Says:

i have this medication in my medicine cabinet but i do not remember what it was for. ciprofloxacin hcl 250 mg taapo

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Rolanda Says:

The strength 150 means theres a 150mg of ranitidine in that pill and 300 means there's 300mg of ranitidine in that pill obviously the 30mg strength is stronger

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Earlene Says:

Can I use this medication Ciproloxacin HCL with herbal products such as Black cohosh and 5 HTP. I am having a major problem with menopause. Thank you

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Ernie Wm Says:

I have a PSA level of 3.46 and given Ciprofloxacin HCL
500 MG Tab to treat it. Will this help?

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Janny Says:
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My lower back and tummy below the belly button have a nawghing pain and I've been up during the night several times during to pee, then it dawned on me.....uhhhh-ohhhh, I bet it's a bladder infection!!! now that I think of it, that's exactly what it feels like. Once you've had it, you can always guess what that pain means. My question is, I found some older prescriptions in the cabinet and am pretty sure, but not positive what it's for. It's CIPROFLOXACIN HCL 500 MG. is this what it is most likely for????

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Ashley Says:

Yes it is

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james Says:

That's exactly what my Dr just gave me for my bladder infection-

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BenRS Says:

Looks like kidney stones symptoms... I had that before, and it occurs during the night and when I pee.. Pain extends to the lower back... Go and see a Urologist to see where the stones are positioned now, anywhere between yr kidneys and bladder... And yes , it's painful..and what u have in your cabinet certainly does not work... Temporarily I used Diflam 50 mg but not in an empty stomach!

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Don in Canada Says:

I was given ciprofloxacin hcl 500mg by my doctor to treat lots of peeing at night and slightly enlarged prostate. Anyone else use it for these reasons???

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candy Says:

I have a boil and I am in serious pain I used everything I can so I found in my medicine cabinet some ciprofloxacin would it help me.

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