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What is Cipia used for?

What is Cipia used for? Is it made to treat ED in men? ## Do you by chance mean CIPLA? If so, Cipla is the name of a pharmaceutical company from India that manufactures a number of different drugs, and does not refer specifically to any one medicine. Am I correct in assuming that you filled an rx online and that is what they sent you? Do you happen to know what active ingredient is listed or supposed to be in the medication that you have? ...

what is ciprofloxacin used for

Hi I have been taking Biotech Ciprofloxacin 500mg for my inflammed uterus.Do u think this drug would help my condition and help me to conceive soon.This has been prescribed by my doctor. ## Hello, Brown Sugar! How are you doing? This is an antibiotic that's used to treat bacterial infections, which could be the cause of an inflamed uterus and that would require treatment, before you can become pregnant. Its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with? ## What do u mean by pregnant? What if this problem happen to male ? ## I was taking biotech ciprofloxacin 500 when I finish i saw the itchy discharge what does that means ...

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I think it is used for Schizophrenia but not sure - I want to know what it's prescribed for - thx ## I was unable to find Ciprexa in US drug databases. Did you mean to say Zyprexa? Zyprexa is approved by the FDA for the treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. You can view a detailed description of Zyprexa in the link below... Please post back if you have any other questions or concerns that I may be able to help you with. ...

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Ciplar 10MG

My wife is a suffering from migraine for the past few months and as per doctor's advise,she is using ciplar 10 mg twice and tryptomer 10mg daily since december 2010. she is a house wife and on a few occasions she had forgotten to put the medicine. After a day or two she used to suffer with severe spinal pain. (just below the neck). Is this a side effect of ciplar or any other reason. She is victim of hypertension for the past 7 yrs and she is aged about 36 yrs. Can you help ## her migrane is stress induced as she has hypertension and therefore tryptomer helping her migrane. Stopping the medicine means tension of muscles and resultant migrane ## i am 23 years and Dr recommended 1/4 tab of Ciplar 10 mg and i am taking this for last 3 months. i want to stop ,how i can stop. Please sugg... ...

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Ciproxina O

Can you give a child Ciproxina O is they are allergic to pencillin? ## Hi Riley, Ciproxina contains the active ingredient Ciprofloxacin, which is in a class of antibiotics called fluoroquinolones. So if you're child is allergic to Penicillin (and other antibiotics in that group), he or she shouldn't experience the same complications with Ciproxina. Although I would recommend having your child checked for other drug allergies as well, just to be on the safe side. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Ciprofloxacin Details I hope this helps! ## Cipro and other drugs in that class of antibiotics are contraindicated in children, meaning that they should never be given to children for any reason except in the case of a life threatening illness where there is no other tre... ...

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ciplar tab 10mg

priscribed for thickness of heart valve ## hi iam 29 year old male .. my heart beat is very fast for d last 1 week this has never happened before and i am very scared due to which doctor adviced me to take ciplar 10 but after taking that i got acidity and was not able to eat anything so i hav stoped taking it ..can u tell me why ths has happened and whts d cure ## Ciplar contains the active ingredient Propranolol, it is a beta blocker used in the treatment of high blood pressure, as well as other cardiovascular problems. The indigestion can be a common side effect, as well as nausea, diarrhea and fatigue. However, these should wear off, after a few weeks, when your body adjusts to the medication. You should talk to your doctor, as in the meantime, you may need to use something to help k... ...

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what is this used for we r going on trip is it for Infection or high altitude stomach ache what is a high altitude drug ## Hello, Sharon! How are you? This is an antibiotic that is used to treat or prevent bacterial infections. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. What do you mean by a high altitude drug? What symptoms are you worried about treating or preventing? Can you please post back and be more specific? Thank you! ## ok that`s what I thought pills were out of box tks. ## high altitude I mean above 8000 don`t people get sick in the mts.? places like Tibet? not mountain climbing just tours. ...

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Cipro Side Effects

Hey! I took Cipro for a SIBO infection for two weeks, twice a day. It made me extremely sick but so did the SIBO so we just kind of went with it anyway. My concern is the tendon issue. I have pains all the time that come and go for various unknown reasons, and am having pain in my right arm right now. I plan to call the doctor, but I was wondering in the meantime: does anyone know how long it might take for the risk of tearing a tendon to go away? Is it a few days, weeks, any clue? It's very hard for me not to work out and I've been staying put for 2 weeks now, so I'm ready to get up and go. ## What did your doctor say? I haven't really been able to find a definitive answer on this either, unfortunately. My best guess would be to wait a week or so, after finishing it, bu... ...

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ciprofloxacn 250mg

urinary infection ## What is Ciprofloxacn 250mg tab mean to me? I need to know what is it and thanks. ## This is an antibiotic used to treat various types of infections. ## what other types of infections ## My doctor prescribed this for me for a UTI & I got terribly ill. Bad diarreah, stomach pain, & just plain sick for 4 days. My BM's are still not normal & still feel a sick stomach. Is this normal. I will not take it again! ...

what is meloxicam 159 on the pill used for

I was given 15mg of Meloxicam for a badly sprained wrist, form a fall. My pill says 159 on one side and CIPLA on the other side. It's pale yellow. On the RX bottle it says 15mg. What does this mean. It is not working yet after 2 days. thank you ## Hello, Ginger! How are you? The FDA classifies Meloxicam as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding and stomach irritation. Have you informed your doctor that it isn't helping? ## Hello im a new user of this medicine.. N I would like to know can you use this for toothaches ## can meloxicam be used for detoxing ## I have pulled muscles in my chest would it help me ## i have pain in my left and... ...

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Ciprofloxacin 500mg Tab

What does it mean if you have mental changes while on cipro? Why does this happen? Could this indicate I have a mental problem? I had the same problem with predazon. Except when I woke up my face was red and puffy. They think I have a allergy to predazone. Any way just concerned that this has happened with two medicines. So far no other side effects from the cipro. Just the mental changes. It's getting better as I let it leave my system. ## No, this doesn't necessarily mean you have a mental problem, it means the medication is having an odd effect on your body. Ciprofloxacin is an antibiotic and while they can list information on the most common side effects that you may experience, such as: nausea, dizziness, skin rash and diarrhea, there is no way of knowing the specific effec... ...

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cipro for tooth infection

I had my teeth cleaned last week and after that I had pain in the left side of my face where I have a crown, the pain is getting worse that I can't sleep at night. I took Cipro 00 for 2 days now with out any change on the pain level. does that mean that it won't work? thank you ## Hello, Rara! How are you? The general rule with antibiotics is if they are working, there should be no worsening after the first 24 hours and you should see improvement after taking them for a full 3 days. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this antibiotic as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. However, the issue is that your pain may not be due to an infection and, if that is the case, then the antibiotic will not help. Have you consulted your de... ...

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Taking Cipro with Vitamin D

Can I take a 500 mg Cipro tablet after I took my Vitamin D supplement? The antibiotic is for a small boil. ## Dear Deb, Vitamin D is naturally present in our bodies from sunlight. I don't mean for this to come off as sarcastic in any way, but to my understanding Ciprofloxacin does not interfere with what's otherwise naturally occurring in our bodies (with the exception of reducing beneficial gut flora - and that could be replenished with prebiotics/probiotics). However I believe most vitamins and minerals in their raw form should be fine to take alongside it. I am also speaking from personal experience. NOTE: According to a Walgreen's disclaimer, "sulfa antibiotics in particular can reportedly cause photosensitivity", in which case, taking a Vitamin D supplement inst... ...

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WHITE & OBLONG ## Just to add some information to this post, while the information provided isn't enough to identify a pill and verify what it is, I can provide information on the stated antibiotic. Ciprofloxacin is used to treat various bacterial infections, which means it is not effective against the viruses that cause illnesses such as the cold or flu. And it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Are there any questions? Feel free to ask! There are more Ciprofloxacin details available here for anyone needing more information. ...

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Neurological damage from Cipro?

I took Cipro for a UTI and within 24 hrs of starting it began to have issues with breathing and energy and balance. After finishing the drug things got worse. And the thing that bothers me most is that my Dr. rx'ed the drug for a UTI BEFORE getting the lab work... the bacteria was e-coli.... and Cipro didn't kill it!!! I still had the UTI.... Meanwhile it is now 7 months since I took the drug and I'm still having massive issues with balance and extreme fatigue. I have a friend who took it and lost his color vision for 2 yrs. He also experienced balance issues, brain fog and extreme fatigue. I'd like to know of others who have similar issues, how long it has been since the last dose and what conditions they are still suffering from. Please talk to me about your experience... ...

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ciprofloxacin hcl 500 expiration date

Can you use it after it's expiration date? ## Hello, Cin! How are you? Medications tend to lose effectiveness over time and the problem that creates with an antibiotic is that it may not be quite strong enough to eradicate the bacteria that's caused an infection, which means that they are actually given the opportunity to develop resistance to the antibiotic and that has the potential to create serious health problems for you. It really is best to see your doctor for a new prescription. Learn more Ciprofloxacin details here. Antibiotics may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Are there any other questions or concerns? ...

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Using ciprofloxacn for an abcess tooth

I was prescribed ciprofloxan 500 mg.×2 a day iv taken 3 tablets and my abcess has doublrd in size since yesterday. It is going into my nose & eye area& now the right side of my neck. Im concerened as i have had a heart attack 2 yrs. ago. And am concerned of affects on my heart. ## Once you are a full 24 hours in to taking an antibiotic, you should not see any worsening. Since you have experienced more swelling, it may mean that this one isn't work for you and you should return to your dentist/doctor as you may need to try something else. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. And yes, there is a concern about the havoc such an infection could potentially cause to your heart, so plea... ...

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Ciprofloxacin - take one tablet by mouth 2 times a day

So I was put on ciprofloxacin 2 times a day and am currently taking 10/325 percocets. I read somewhere that it is a major interaction between the two. Is there anyway maybe I can take them hrs apart? ## The only interaction I've been able to find is that Ciprofloxacin can increase the effectiveness of the Oxycodone. This doesn't mean they can't be taken together, just that your doctor should carefully consider your dosage and they should be monitoring you regularly to keep an eye on you, in case any problems arise. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this antibiotic as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Cipro versus Bactrim for prostatitis & chronic epydidymitis

I'm currently being treated for prostatitis w/Cipro. Also have chronic epydidymitis. Originally prescribed Bactim, but showed no improvement after 4 days, so was given 60 day course of Cipro. I've researched Cipro on the internet and am now very concerned about being on a fluoroquinolone drug for such a long time. I also suffer a lot from issues related to my gut. Could I expect it to still be effective to stop the Cipro & go back & finish the Bactrim prescription now? I have completed 10 days on the Cipro and have about 6 days of pills left on the Bactrim. Meanwhile, I still have pain & symptoms related to my prostate & testicle. ## The Bactrim is more likely to cause you problems, since it is a sulfa based antibiotic and many people end up being very sensitive ... ...

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CIPLA Bupropion HCL XL meeting Wellbutrin XL bioequivalence?

CIPLA got approval from the FDA to produce their generic version of Wellbutrin XL on August 30, 2016. I have made an inquiry to CIPLA as to whether their approval also means that they met the bioequivalence testing that other generic manufacturers had to comply with after Teva/Impax was pulled off the market in Sept. 2012 -- and Actavis (now owned by Watson) was removed Oct. 2013. [Second Generic Version of Popular Antidepressant to be Pulled from Market for Bioequivalency Issues]. Not sure if they have this problem corrected. Anyone know about Cipla or Watson/Actavis? ## For anyone else who may be wanting to contact Cipla USA regarding this concern, you can reach their customer service department by phone at: 844-CIPLA US (844-247-5287) or via email at: [email protected] Furthermore, it... ...

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