How long does Cipro take to work for diverticulitis?
“Have used once or twice a year for last 10 years and start to have relief within 24 hours with symptoms usually gone by day three.
Will Cipro get rid of diverticulitis?
User Reviews for Ciprofloxacin to treat Diverticulitis. Ciprofloxacin has an average rating of 4.5 out of 10 from a total of 33 ratings for the treatment of Diverticulitis. 30% of users who reviewed this medication reported a positive effect, while 48% reported a negative effect.
How long does diverticulitis pain last after antibiotics?
Most cases of promptly treated diverticulitis will improve in 2 to 3 days. If your doctor prescribed antibiotics, take them as directed. Do not stop taking them just because you feel better.
How long to take Cipro 500 for UTI?
Cipro (ciprofloxacin): “I unfortunately got a UTI during a trip in Bali and was prescribed cipro 500 for a 10 day course from a clinic here. My dr back home said try it for 3 days and if I still have problems push it to 5 days. I HATE taking meds, so after reading a ton of reviews and side effects for this drug I was very hesitant to take it.
How does ciprofloxacin work for a bladder infection?
Cipro (ciprofloxacin): “Cipro was very effective in treating my bladder infection after another antibiotic failed to work at all. Within 24 hours my fever and pain had subsided and I was feeling much better. Cipro works great!” What this helpful?
Are there any side effects to taking ciprofloxacin?
Cipro (ciprofloxacin): “Used ciprofloxacin frequently for several years for chronic urinary tract infections. Ended up with painful urination frequently. Ended up with painful urination frequently. After much money spent on tests for bladder cancer, I discovered that blood in the urine is a rare, but serious, side effect of Ciprofloxacin.
When do you know you have diverticulitis do you have symptoms?
Diverticula are small bulges or pockets that can develop in the lining of the intestine as you get older. Most people with diverticula do not get any symptoms and only know they have them after having a scan for another reason. When there are no symptoms, it is called diverticulosis.
Which is better Cipro or Flagyl for diverticulitis?
Cipro (ciprofloxacin): “Last year, when I had my first diverticulitis attack (a bad one), I was put on Cipro and Flagyl. Condition did clear up although I was left with a nasty case of Thrush. This time only on Cipro – don’t find the one medicine alone very effective.
Cipro (ciprofloxacin): “This works, but the side effects are horrible. Nausea, vomiting, muscle pain, right-side neck and shoulder pain and stiffness, mental fog and general malaise. This medication has “black box” warnings I was never told, what a mess.
How many days of Cipro should I take?
Now, my worry is the residual pain/sensation, because it hasn’t gone, and I’m afraid it might come back, because I usually read that the recommended dosage for cipro is 10-14 days of 2x500mg and I was given only 7, so I’ll wait a bit and let you guys updated.
Can you take Cipro 500 mg per colonoscopy?
Thank you for your reply..I have diverticulitis per colonoscopy and pet scan.. I have read about overgrowth and did take cipro 500 mg daily for 5 days and came out of being so weak I could hardly walk episode!..the dr said just try and it helped..thank you!