Can Ciprofloxacin Be Used To Treat Tooth Infections (Page 2)

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Nancy Says:


I was prescribed ciprofloxacin for five days by my dentist and on the forth day I suddenly developed severe lower back pain, and generalized aches and pain which have lasted for past month and only gradually beginning to subside. I only suspected the ciproxin when a friend was taking it for chest infection and developed pain in Achilles tendon and is finding it difficult to walk.



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Jennifer Says:
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Re: jlpierce (# 20)

Cipro not for most dental problems.... FDA black box warning on all quinnalone drugs.... high risk for tendon and ligament damage! Course of last resort! Be careful

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