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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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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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CIPROFLOXACIN HCL 250 MG TABLET

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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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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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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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! ...

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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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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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sandoz regestrone tablet 5mg side effects

I am 45 yrs old and I have 8 out of 11 and wen I'll have periods they vl b very heavy blood loss. Due to DAT m taking sandoz 5mg tablet everyday to stop . m talkin dem from past 6months so will I have any side effects ## Can i take regestrone 5mg along with ciplox tz? I need to take ciplox for 2 more days.My expected date for periods is 28 jan. I want to postpone for 7days.. ## What exactly do you mean by saying you have 8 out of 11? Can you please post back and clarify? And what are the ingredients in the Sandoz tablet you said you are taking? Preeti, Regestrone is a synthetic version of Progesterone, the NIH warns that it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, irregular bleeding, and PMS like symptoms. There is also no guarantee that it may post... ...

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Taapo

What does Taapo mean - I take Ciprofloxacin HCL 500 MG Tab - when looking his drug up saw this word Taapo and do not know what that means - it is not written on the bottle. Thank you. ## That just means that that particular tablet is a tablet, (the TA) and it is manufactured by Apotex, (the APO). Ciprofloxacin is an antibiotic that is used to treat various types of infections and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, diarrhea and non-allergic skin rash. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ...

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Citrizen Use For Long Time Side Effects

my husband is having 24 x 7 allergy cold,,i.e running nose, he takes okacet of cipla co., 1/2 or 1/4 tablet once. what will be the side effect if any., he cannot manage without medication. ## he's having allergy or what having running nose n sneezing,as he wake up he starts sneezing ## I think you may have meant to say Cetirizine; is this correct? Cetirizine hydrochloride is a major metabolite of hydroxyzine, and a racemic selective H1 receptor inverse agonist used in the treatment of allergies, hay fever, angioedema, and urticaria. Possible side effects associated with this drug may include: drowsiness excessive tiredness dry mouth stomach pain diarrhea vomiting The most serious side effect can include: difficulty breathing or swallowing Notify your doctor immediately if any of the... ...

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oval orange pill no imprint

Its oblong light orange no imprints or markings on it....?? ## Hi Joseph, I don't know if this is what you have, but CVS reportedly carries a prenatal multivitamin that fits the description of a light orange oval shaped tablet with no imprints or markings. The only problem is, there may be lots of different orange oval tablets with no markings that aren't necessarily being accounted for online (i.e. dietary supplements, pre/post workout pills, foreign pills, counterfeits, illicit drugs, etc). This means that in order to separate yours from the rest of the crowd, you may have to look into getting its contents analyzed by a lab for verification. Does anyone else recognize this as potentially being something other than a multivitamin? ## Ciproks 500 Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride manu... ...

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C158 white round pill?

I have a small round white pill. One side is stamped with C, the other 158. The only pills I can ID like this say that they are yellow, but this is white. Can anyone identify it for me please? ## Hi mb ... Are you sure that your tablet isn't just a really light yellow? It is most likely Meloxicam 7.5 mg from Cipla (NDC 69097-158). DailyMed describes this pill as "yellow coloured, round, biconvex tablets, debossed with '158' on one side and 'C' on the other". They also say that "Meloxicam is a pale yellow solid" - so to me that could mean there's a chance it could almost appear white under certain lighting. Plus there aren't any coloring agents listed under the inactive ingredients. The inactive ingredients listed on the NDC page are: - Colloid... ...

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