Cipro tablet, which is in the group of anti-infective drugs, is available in packages containing 14 tablets of 250,500 and 750 mg. The active ingredient of cipro is ciprofloxacin. What is cipro tablet used for? CIPRO Film Tablet is an antibiotic that treats infections caused by pathogenic bacteria sensitive to ciprofloxacin by fighting bacteria in the body.
Cipro, in cases where the risk of infection is high, the treatment of inflammation of the air spaces in the facial bones (acute sinusitis), otitis media (acute otitis media), pneumonia (pneumonia-pneumonia), acute and chronic bronchitis; eye infections; urinary tract infections such as bladder-urinary tract inflammation, kidney inflammation; infections of the genital organs including ovarian inflammation, gonorrhea, prostatitis; intra-abdominal infections such as peritonitis, biliary tract inflammation; Skin and soft tissue infections such as abscess, boils, inflammation of the nail edge, hair root inflammation, cellulitis (common purulent inflammation of the subcutaneous tissue), prevention and treatment of bone and joint infections, infections in the blood (septicemia), infections that may occur in patients with weakened immune systems; prevention and treatment of infections caused by bacteria called neisseria meningitidis, and is used to reduce the occurrence of respiratory anthrax and slow its progression.
Things to know before using Cipro: It is not recommended to use this drug if you have an allergy to the active ingredient of the drug. Do not use CIPRO if you are using tizanidine or have an antibiotic allergy. Do not share this medicine with anyone else even if they have the same symptoms and complaints as you.
You may have psychiatric reactions the first time you take CIPRO. If you suffer from depression or psychosis (a type of mental disorder), your signs (symptoms) may worsen with CIPRO treatment. In rare cases, depression or psychosis can progress to suicidal thoughts, suicide attempts or committing suicide.
If this happens, stop taking CIPRO immediately and contact your doctor. Although good symptoms begin to appear in the first days of treatment, you should use cipro in the dosage and form prescribed. Inform your doctor if you have pain, swelling and tendon inflammation around the joint while using cipro, or if you have ever had such aching under antibiotic treatment, if you have diarrhea due to use of cipro or previous antibiotics.
cipro does not work in the treatment of viral infections such as cold or flu. If you have kidney or liver failure or if you have diabetes (diabetes), joint disease, striated muscle weakness, previous seizures, hypokalaemia or long QT syndrome; Before using, inform your doctor about your condition. Do not consume milk and dairy products during your treatment.
These products can reduce the effectiveness of treatment. Sucralfate (Antepsin) or didanosine (Videx) for about 6 hours before and 2 hours after taking the medicine antacids such as talcid, rennie, compensan; Avoid using vitamins or mineral drugs containing iron or zinc. Combined use with these drugs reduces the absorption of the drug.
Diarrhea may develop with the use of ciprofloxacin. If you have diarrhea and your stools are extremely watery or bloody, you should call your doctor immediately. Such a situation could be the start of a new infection in your intestines. Unless your doctor tells you, do not use any medication to stop diarrhea.
CIPRO can cause swelling or rupture of the tendon (especially the Achilles tendon). If you are over the age of 60 and are taking an oral steroid or have had a kidney, heart or lung transplant; This effect of ciprofloxacin is more likely to be seen. Avoid sunlight as much as possible during your treatment.
If you encounter severe redness, burning, blisters on your skin after being under the sun, call your doctor. As long as you use CIPRO, be careful to consume plenty of fluids other than the water you drink while taking the medicine during the day. When using CIPRO, there is a risk of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), so this drug should be used with caution in diabetics.
There is a small possibility of developing a severe allergic reaction, following symptoms: chest tightness, dizziness, nausea or fainting, or dizziness upon standing up. If this happens, you should stop using CIPRO and talk to your doctor immediately. It is not recommended for use during pregnancy and lactation.
If you become pregnant during your treatment or if you suspect you are pregnant, inform the physician. How to use cipro tablet? If your doctor prescribed this drug, you should use it accordingly. Please follow your physician’s instructions during treatment. If you persistently continue taking the medication for more than the wrong or recommended amount or even though you are advised to discontinue the medication, your discomfort will not improve, but on the contrary, it will seriously harm your health to the extent that it can be life-threatening.
Drink each dose of your medicine with a glass of water. Preferably, it can be applied after or during a meal. Treatment usually takes 5 to 21 days, but sometimes longer in severe infections. Always take this medicine exactly as your doctor has told you. If you are not sure, ask your doctor or pharmacist how many tablets you should take and how to use them.
Try to take your tablets at the same times every day. You can take the tablets on an empty stomach or on a full stomach. Taking calcium with meals will not significantly affect the absorption of the drug. However, the tablets should not be taken with dairy products such as milk or yogurt, or with mineral-fortified beverages (eg calcium-fortified orange juice).
What are the side effects of cipro? Increased sensitivity to the sun, dizziness, drowsiness, anxiety, blurred vision, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting; are mild and common side effects of the drug. For emergency help in side effects such as bloody or watery diarrhea, irregular heartbeat, joint pain, swelling of the skin, urinary retention, easy bleeding or bruising, fever, sore throat, headache, dark urine, pale face, involuntary spasms You should consult your doctor.