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Ciproflaxacin Tablets Information
Ciproflaxacin Tablets is an antibiotic that is used to treat different kinds of infection such as infections of the skin, stomach, bone, brain, blood, lungs, urinary tract and ears. Ciproflaxacin Tablets has also been used to treat certain types of sexually transmitted diseases.
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excessive cough,heavy greenish mucus in nose and chest with fever for 4 days.should i go to the emergency room?
ciproflaxacin can prevent hard boil on scrotum
ciproflaxacin is still affecting my tendons after 5 weeks, do you know how long this will last
I have started the medication already but a friend asked me to stop that the drug is too effective for boils
She has gone to a Cardiologist he that its high blood pressure so am just confused...
I had a boil n i was prescribed 2 take dis medicin?now am getin smal itchy pimples wats de effect nw
Please my neck alway swell uq and later when it became soft it will bring out smellimg pore with blood. Can i use the drug
i am itchin down in me crotch ,like round the lips and was wonderin if i could use this its new 9/21/2010 or is this used for somethin else??i cant remmeber
While on these Ciproflaxacin can I still take Codliver Oil tabs and Glucosimine
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