Cipro antibiotic

Cipro, which is also known as Ciprofloxacin, is an antibiotic that is used to treat various infectious diseases, including opportunistic infections of HIV patients. The medicine influences wide range of bacteria that cause an illness. It is successfully used in a systematic treatment of such diseases as: prostatitis, typhoid fever, gonorrhea, genito-urinary infections, respiratory infections and infections of accessory sinuses of nose and many others.

Cipro antibiotic is produced in the form of pills that must be taken in strict accordance with the GP’s prescription. It is very important to follow the treatment plan, because any drug holiday may cause bacterial resistance. Many people stop taking medicines when they feel better. The idea is not a good one. Bacterial resistance takes place when bacteria mutate to survive even when you take pills and the prescribed medicine cannot influence them anymore. For example, if a patient doesn’t take cipro antibiotic too long while treating MAC infection, the bacteria will become resistant.

As many other drugs Cipro interacts with various medicaments. It is not recommended to take Cipro antibiotic simultaneously with antiacids that decrease the quantity of Cipro components in your blood. Medicines that contain iron, zinc and calcium may decline the Cipro effect as well. Ask your doctor whether you should stop taking multivitamins when you use Cipro. Nevertheless it worth of saying the doctor about all the remedies you have to take or are taking to avoid unwanted sequelae and recover as soon as possible.

It will be better if you drink a lot of water while taking Cipro to prevent the accumulation of its components into kidneys. Besides, as well as other cialis professional, Cipro kills healthy bacteria. You may drink dairy products to regenerate them.

The main side effects that Cipro antibiotic may have are as follows: nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, pain and sense of discomfort in stomach, headache, rash and sleepiness. The medicine heightens light sensitiveness and caffeine effect, what explains frequent irritability. Usually these side effects are quite rare but if you notice any of these symptoms you should consult the doctor or discard the drug.

Though the influence on the health of unborn foetus or nurseling is unknown, pregnant and breast-feeding women should take Cipro antibiotics carefully or after consulting the physician.

You should store the medicine properly in a place that is inaccessible for children.