Cipro 500mg is among the most trusted antibiotics by many doctors around the world. The antibiotics drug belongs to the fluoroquinolones and intended to treat bacterial infections, ranging from UTI, otitis media, respiratory infections, and many others. Cipro 500mg basically works by killing the bacteria and prevent it from spreading to the other parts of the body.
Despite of the benefits of Cipro 500mg in treating numerous types of bacterial infections, take note that the drug might cause swelling of the tendon which is why we do not recommend you to take Cipro 500mg if you have muscle problems or arthritis. People over the age of 60 are most likely to experience the symptoms. Talk to your doctor first before using Cipro 500mg to know whether the drug is the right one for you or not.
Sometimes when you start taking Cipro 500mg you might be feeling well already even before the end of the treatment. However, we do not recommend you to stop taking Cipro 500mg, unless your doctor has told you to do so, until the length of time in which you were required to take your medications is over. Stopping the medication might give left over bacteria a chance to grow again and multiply. This is the reason why some people experience recurrent symptoms of infections because not all bacteria were killed during the treatment. Sometimes it could be of due to a poor hygiene or lifestyle that triggers the infection from coming back. In this case you have to know what triggers your infection and try to prevent it so that you will experience complete healing. Remember that antibiotics like Cipro 500mg will not be able to help you achieve full recovery unless you do something about the real cause or origin of the infection.
We also do not advise you to share your Cipro 500mg medication to your friends, family members, or any other people that seem to have the same symptoms like you. The fact still remains that we are all unique and so are the response of our bodies to the different treatments. Cipro 500mg might work for you but not for others. We are also trying to avoid any possible contraindications that might get their symptoms worst. Once you have bought a supply of your Cipro 500mg, keep it in a safe place away from children’s reach. Make sure your cabinet storage for medicines is dry and away from sunlight to preserve the effectiveness of the drug.
There are medicines which cannot be taken together with Cipro 500mg due to the dangerous drug interactions. Ask your doctor for a complete list so you will know which drug to avoid during treatments.
Once you have bought your supply of Cipro 500mg, never forget to check the date of expiration so you can consume them prior of its due date. Never take any left-over medicines to avoid any possible side effects.