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Can I take Cipro for a month?

Can I take Cipro for a month?

It will help to stop the infection coming back. It is usual to take ciprofloxacin for a week or 2. For some infections you might only need to take it for a day, but up to 3 months for others. Your doctor will tell you how long to take or use ciprofloxacin.

When to take Cipro 500 mg for prostatitis?

Prostatitis routinely requires longer treatment course than bladder infections or kidney infections. The recommended course of treatment for chronic bacterial prostatitis is 4 weeks of Cipro 500 mg twice per day.

How long can you take ciprofloxacin for?

· Taken for 1 to 6 months August 31, 2018 Cipro (ciprofloxacin): “I was prescribed Cipro for 45 days to combat a prostate infection. I had to stop taking it after about 40 days because I developed a dull pain with spasm in the kidney area. Laid awake last few days with odd headache and because of that discomfort.

Is it better to take Bactrim or Cipro for prostatitis?

“Third week with Cipro for prostatitis and I feel much better when I finished my first week Cipro, better than a month of Bactrim I was prescribed earlier. I started to do some stretches as well, hope the following three weeks of Cipro and stretches can make all my symptoms disappear.” What this helpful? “5 weeks now and no better with prostatitis.

Why did I stop taking Cipro after 45 days?

Cipro (ciprofloxacin): “I was prescribed Cipro for 45 days to combat a prostate infection. I had to stop taking it after about 40 days because I developed a dull pain with spasm in the kidney area. Laid awake last few days with odd headache and because of that discomfort.

Prostatitis routinely requires longer treatment course than bladder infections or kidney infections. The recommended course of treatment for chronic bacterial prostatitis is 4 weeks of Cipro 500 mg twice per day.

· Taken for 1 to 6 months August 31, 2018 Cipro (ciprofloxacin): “I was prescribed Cipro for 45 days to combat a prostate infection. I had to stop taking it after about 40 days because I developed a dull pain with spasm in the kidney area. Laid awake last few days with odd headache and because of that discomfort.

Can you take ciprofloxacin after a prostate biopsy?

Most probably experienced no SE’s but the internet has lots of horror stories about the damage these kinds of meds can do to the tendons. My uro likes it for prostatitis but not to protect against infection from biopsy. He and many other docs believe that many men are resistance to Cipro for the bacterial infection from biopsy.

“Third week with Cipro for prostatitis and I feel much better when I finished my first week Cipro, better than a month of Bactrim I was prescribed earlier. I started to do some stretches as well, hope the following three weeks of Cipro and stretches can make all my symptoms disappear.” What this helpful? “5 weeks now and no better with prostatitis.