Active substances: Ciprofloxacin
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It comes as tablets, a liquid that you drink, eardrops, eyedrops and an eye ointment.
It's also given by injection, but this is usually done in hospital. Ciprofloxacin tablets and liquid are not used as often as some other types of antibiotics because there's a risk of serious side effects.
Key facts Most adults and children can take ciprofloxacin. The most common side effects of ciprofloxacin tablets and liquid are feeling sick nausea and diarrhoea. Avoid taking the tablets or liquid together with dairy products like milk, cheese and yoghurt.
Ciprofloxacin is also known by the brand names Ciproxin tablets and liquid, Ciloxan eyedrops and eye ointment and Cetraxal eardrops. Ciprofloxacin eardrops also come mixed with other medicines, such as dexamethasone known as Cetraxal Plus and fluocinolone known as Cilodex.
Who can and can't take ciprofloxacin Ciprofloxacin can be taken by most adults and children from the age of 1 year.
Ciprofloxacin is not suitable for some people. To make sure ciprofloxacin is safe for you, tell your doctor if: you have had an allergy to ciprofloxacin or any other medicine you have had a serious side effect with ciprofloxacin or another antibiotic particularly a fluroquinolone in the past you had diarrhoea when you have taken antibiotics before you or someone in your family has an abdominal aortic aneurysm or any other problem with the aorta the large blood vessel running from the heart to the abdomen you have fast, pounding or irregular heartbeats you have problems with tendons you have epilepsy or another health problem that puts you at risk of seizures you have problems with your kidneys you have diabetes, as ciprofloxacin might affect your blood sugars 4.
How and when to take it How you take your medicine depends on the type of ciprofloxacin and what you're taking it for.
Follow the instructions that come with it. Try to space the doses evenly throughout the day.
Keep taking or using this medicine until the course is finished, unless your doctor tells you to stop. How to take the tablets and liquid Ciprofloxacin comes as 250 mg, 500 mg and 750 mg tablets. The usual dose of ciprofloxacin is 250 mg to 750 mg twice a day.