Ciprofloxacin in typhoid fever

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My son lives in Nigeria and has contracted Typhoid Fever. What medication can be bought in the US and sent to him?
Always carry your prescription medications in your carry-on luggage (in the event that you become separated from your luggage). Yellow Fever (Required for travelers arriving from a yellow-fever-infected area in Africa or the Americas.) http://wwwn.cdc.gov/travel/yellowBookCh4-YellowFever.aspx; see list of countries below. There is very little to now risk of malaria in Egypt. Avoid contact with raw or under-cooked poultry. There have been cases of Avian influenza in Egypt.
I went to the doctor the 13th(my mom forced me to) and got diagnosed for Typhoid Fever, and I came out positive(I have been tested for typhoid 3 times and got high results on the Widal Test for the 0 and H antigens), and I got Ciprofloxacin to relieve my illness.
I seriously don’t know what I got infected with but it was hell for more than two months, more severe than dengue fever or typhoid fever (I’ve had them 3 times each). The swollen lymph nodes are still present even after about two and a half months, my CD4 is also very low, I keep getting sick. Should I be concerned or move on as it’s not HIV?
For the insensitive rude person who posted above me, this is not a pain that is all in your head as I also had a mild fever the first night I had it in August of 2006. It is now October and I've had quite enough of this. I don't accept just living like this, otherwise I would have to be house bound. The pain was so bad my BP went up to 170/120 and I was rushed to the ER. So I doubt it's all in my head. I am a pretty relaxed, and previously very healthy and active person.
Hi, I have just diagonized with GERD only but negative to H.Poly bacteria. I have to tried variety of medicines (including homeo) for GERD but nothing works. Usually I don't blurp a lot. But there is lot of pain (not pain exactly but sort of strange feeling on the upper part of the stomach and doctors say this is common due to GERD) But I must say that I felt a lot better with had the candida related drug (Called Threelac bought from US). Usually I feel worse during the winter.
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