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Ciprofloxacin

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Other Names: Cipro   Ciproxin   Ciprodex   Ciloxan   Ciproflaxacin

Doxycycline

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Rating: 2 out of 5
Based on 7,097 patient discussions on healthcare websites and blogs
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Ciprofloxacin (International Nonproprietary Name) is a synthetic chemotherapeutic antibiotic of the fluoroquinolone drug class.It is a second-generation quinolone antibacterial. It kills bacteria by interfering with the enzymes that cause DNA to rewind a... Read more on Wikipedia
Doxycycline International Nonproprietary Name is a member of the tetracycline antibiotics group, and is commonly used to treat a variety of infections. Doxycycline is a semisynthetic tetracycline invented and clinically developed in the early 1960s by P... Read more on Wikipedia
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By Allison
February 27, 2014
Allison wrote
Doxcycline and Levaquine - Tendonitis
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By nurse with photophobia due to eye infection
January 26, 2014
nurse with photophobia due to eye infection wrote
Severe Painful Photophobia following eye surgery
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By Crickett
December 17, 2013
Crickett wrote
cipro and bladder issues
Doc gave me the cipro and on the second day symptoms are more tolerable and i will take it for three days only and hope for the best.. Taking cherry juice and cystoplus and the acidophilus vaginally and by mouth to prevent yeast infection.
crickett  |  December 17, 2013
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By Ay_yo_D
November 20, 2013
Ay_yo_D wrote
Sleep
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By The Momma
November 4, 2013
The Momma wrote
Nightmares
Me 2 (oo)
Kylie  |  April 4, 2014
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By Mary
August 26, 2013
Mary wrote
Doxycycine is poison!!
My neck is real read itchy and peeling then burns
Tammy henry  |  April 17, 2014
I have been taking these twice a day for almost the last month for my perioral dermititis. I did try taking them without food which is the best way for them to be more effective. However; I did notice that especially in the morning it makes me quite nauseous. You MUST drink alot of water and even if you do you may have to eat a little with them. It is a pretty powerful antibiotic and honestly one of the main issues can be dehydration which can cause all of the symptoms listed in previous post.
Larisa  |  March 24, 2014
Were you guys eating with your antibiotics? They can make you very sick on an empty stomach.
February 28, 2014
just lower your dosage i guess and eat yogurt+ drink alot of water
powmowpow  |  January 16, 2014
I was put on Doxy 1 100 mg 2 times a day. I started a heacache and nauseous feeling. Kept taking them until the 5th day. My headache was so severe, nausea was worse. I couldn't take the headache anymore. Looked up side effects of doxy and first one was a severe and unusual headache, then nausea....etc. I stopped them, drank lots of water to flush it out of me. Headache gone within a couple of days. Spoke to my dr and got a script for something different.
Whew, worst headache ever!
ChristineW  |  November 15, 2013
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By Lady A Charles
August 16, 2013
Lady A Charles wrote
Cipro and Hallucinations
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What patients are saying about Ciprofloxacin + Doxycycline + UTI

24 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
however, I went from ciprofloxacin to doxycycline since the...
...is nonbacterial however, I went from ciprofloxacin to doxycycline since the symptoms were not ...and no discharge. I have been getting headaches and I never...
however, I went from ciprofloxacin to doxycycline since the...
...doxycycline since the symptoms were not going away. I still have pain upon urination and no discharge. I have been getting headaches and I never get those (rarely). That makes me so mad!!:confused:...
the malaria prophylaxis also does a good job preventing UTIs...
...post-coitally and 12 hours thereafter (MDs can feel free to jump on me for this, I've heard it all before) - similar to above, travel to a malarial area and take 100mg doxycycline daily -- the...
When I took Ciprofloxacin recently for a UTI, it killed my...
I have to take Doxycycline for ocular rosacea and it kills my ...it causes hours of pain anyway. When I took Ciprofloxacin recently for a UTI, it killed my bladder too. I think many times...
worries! This is a common way to treat UTIs when a couple...
...gave me rifampicin and doxycycline to take. UTIs often have a couple ...say, is sensitive to ciprofloxacin, but the other is ...So no worries! This is a common way to treat UTIs when a coup...
what medication I should take in order to get rid of my UTI...
...yeast fungal infection I'm trying to find out what medication I should take in order to get rid of my UTI W/ YEAST FUNGAL ...this order) : doxycycline bactrim diflucan netronizazol...
weeks I have and still been under antibiotics (Levofloxacin...
...later i got a urinary tract infection . for 3 weeks I have and still been under antibiotics (Levofloxacin,Ciprofloxacin,Clarithromyc in,Doxycycline and Cefuroxime ) ...I once had extreme fatigu...
just. Continued only the doxycycline (been on ciprofloxacin...
...Been in 3 hospitals and finally returned to my own home last night after almost 3 weeks. Still weak but just about able to look after myself- just. Continued only the doxycycline (been on...
and Ciprofloxacin. I'm assuming one is for urinary infection...
...question. The doc prescribed two antibiotics--Doxycycline and Ciprofloxacin. I'm assuming one is for urinary infection and the other ...it out. The Doxycycline is for the infected cyst and the o...
are not available, the WHO recommends use of Doxycycline...
...water now and fluids. However, resistance to ciprofloxacin has been described in recent years, but its too early to think of it now. It could be somewhat appropriate to get a urethral swab, cultur...
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