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Cipro Classification 

Cipro is a fluoroquinolone antibiotic that inhibits the action of an enzyme for the work process and DNA replication of the bacteria, causing incomplete and defective DNA that leads to breaking down and bacterial cell death. It is available in the generic name of ciprofloxacin in several forms. 

What is Cipro Used For? 

This medication treats various bacterial infections such as infection in the bone and joint, intraabdominal, respiratory tract, skin, and urinary tract. It can also be used in infectious diarrhea and typhoid fever but will not work on viral infections; antibiotics, when not needed, may result in ineffectiveness in future conditions. This medication works on these conditions by stopping and directly killing bacteria by blocking the enzymes they need to survive. 

Cipro Dose 

Cipro is a prescription medicine based on the patient’s medical condition, other taken medication, and age, while the length of treatment will be based on body response. It is available in immediate-release – 250mg, 500mg, and 750mg, and extended-release – 500mg and 1000mg,  A doctor will recommend which is the best for the patient’s condition; doses are different for every patient. 

Listed here is the average dose, and if you are given a different one, make sure to follow how it is prescribed. Immediate releases are taken twice a day, one in the morning and one in the evening with a usual dose of 250mg to 750mg for 14 days, while extended-release is taken once daily for three days in 500mg. These tablets should be swallowed whole, for crushed, chewed, or cut tastes bitter. Children 1 to 17 years old are prescribed 10mg/kg every 12 hours with a maximum of 750mg every 12 hours. Patients with kidney disease are given a lower dose and are taken less frequently. Take this medication at the same time every day to have a constant amount of drug in blood and urine, which is needed to work best. In case of a missed dose, take it once remembered, but if it is almost the time of your next dose, let it be skipped for double dosing is discouraged. 

Cipro Side Effects 

Note that these are not the full list of side effects associated with this medication. 

Nausea, Dizziness, Diarrhea, and trouble sleeping are the common side effects; if any of this persists or worsens, tell your doctor. A profound side effect may occur like: 

Unusual bruising 

Signs of new infection like persistent fever and sore throat 

Signs of kidney problems like red or pinkish urine and change in the amount of urine 

Signs of liver problems like unusual tiredness, abdominal pain, persistent nausea, and yellowing of the eyes or skin 

If any of the above is experienced, tell your doctor right away. If any of the following occur, get medical attention immediately: 

Severe dizziness 


Irregular heartbeat 

Sign of broken aorta like sudden severe pain in stomach, chest, and back, cough, and shortness of breath 

The drug is approved for children, but it is not the first line of treatment as a result of joint damage. 

Cipro for Pneumonia 

Pneumonia is a condition of infection in the lungs that inflames the air sacs in one or both lungs. This medication was clinically tested in 25 patients with nosocomial pneumonia and was given with different strengths. All of them were successfully treated, and no superinfection or resistance occurred. It is found well tolerated, and only moderate elevation of transaminase level is noted. However, Cipro is not yet established in the treatment of pneumonia due to limited vitro activity or experiments. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

– How to take Cipro with food? 

        This medication can be taken without regard to food but should not be taken alone with dairy or calcium-fortified products, for it prevents your body from absorbing the medicine. An interval of at least two hours before or after is needed; however, these products may be taken if taken as a part of a larger meal. 

-Can alcohol be taken while taking Cipro? 

        Alcohol won’t affect the effectiveness of this medication but can increase the risk of side effects like nausea, vomiting, dizziness, stomach upset, and liver problems. 

-Is Cipro safe for Pregnancy? 

       Safety and effectiveness are not yet established for pregnant women, but some studies show that it may increase the risk of spontaneous abortion. 

-Can lactating mothers take Cipro? 

      You may need to decide to stop taking this medication or stop breastfeeding, for this medicine can be passed through the milk and may cause side effects in the child. 

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