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Cipro Side Effects

Arthralgia (881)
Pain In Extremity (593)
Tendonitis (410)
Diarrhoea (403)
Pain (355)
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Anxiety (349)
Pyrexia (337)
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Myalgia (316)
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Gait Disturbance (313)
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Insomnia (309)
Tendon Rupture (302)
Renal Failure Acute (301)
Asthenia (281)
Fatigue (279)
Dyspnoea (270)
Confusional State (267)
Hypoaesthesia (264)
Pruritus (255)
Vomiting (229)
Muscular Weakness (212)
Oedema Peripheral (202)
Erythema (200)
Tendon Disorder (197)
Back Pain (196)
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Abdominal Pain (187)
Depression (186)
Burning Sensation (183)
Neuropathy Peripheral (179)
Feeling Abnormal (174)
Joint Swelling (170)
Malaise (166)
Urticaria (160)
Musculoskeletal Pain (158)
Chest Pain (145)
Convulsion (144)
Tinnitus (141)
Abasia (140)
International Normalised Ratio Increased (139)
Abdominal Pain Upper (127)
Blood Creatinine Increased (125)
Condition Aggravated (125)
Hypersensitivity (125)
Palpitations (123)

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Recent Reviews

I have been taking ciprofloxacina for an stomacal infection. It has worked well, I feel much better but I have experienced dizziness (a lot of dizziness).

side effects of ciprofloxacine on strocke patients

58 year old female patient was prescribed cipro xr 500 twice a day for urinary tract infection. on 4th day, patient developed ithcy rashes. on 6thday, patient experienced low backpain and abdominal pain that felt like arthritic pain.&nb

Abnormal ear wax after usage and healing from Ciprodex.

After a couple of days on Cipro, I started to have hallucinations. I remembered yellow dots and other figures. So bad that I had to change meds.

After taking the drug my blood pressure went up to 234

Age 39 UK - Misprescribed Cipro and given with nsaid. Had sports injury, was athlete. 8 months on still in pain - peripheral neruopathies, joint and muslce pain, continuous head pain/pressure. Inability to exercise, couldnt work for 5 months. Ne

Blinding headache, stomach swollen and gassy - made eating the smallest thing uncomfortable, blurred vision, gagged easily on toothbrush to point of vomitiing, joint aches, body aches and pains. What a horrible drug! I was put on it after kidney ston

Can Ciprobay be taken to treat Candida?

Dear Sirs, I am going to take this medicine CIPROBAY 500 and try to advoice for me . My issue is one infected wound on my right leg. I am having the penicillin reaction. So I can't use medicine from the penicillin group. Please advoice. Th

I was diagnosed with localised prostate cancer four years ago and received the following treatment: Initially tablets to prevent hormone flair(?); 35 x-ray sessions; Zoladex every 12 weeks subsequently changed to Prostap-3. The oncologist instructed

Localised Clinical Trials and Studies

Treatments might be new drugs or new combinations of drugs, new surgical procedures or devices, or new ways to use existing treatments. The goal of clinical trials is to determine if a new test or treatment works and is safe. Clinical trials can also look at other aspects of care, such as improving the quality of life for people with chronic illnesses. People participate in clinical trials for a variety of reasons. Healthy volunteers say they participate to help others and to contribute to moving science forward. Participants with an illness or disease also participate to help others, but also to possibly receive the newest treatment and to have the additional care and attention from the clinical trial staff.