Why can't you take cipro with milk

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Always read the small print when considering vitamin supplements, they are usually NOT FDA regulated so you have no idea what actualy goes into these pills? And, always talk to your doctor before you take any supplements.
) although this lessened after a few months. I didn't take any medications for the diarrhoea but found that a diet with plenty of fibre reduced the liquidity of my motions from "liquid" to "muddy/sludgy". Eat plenty of organic oats and bran mixed with grated fruit and soaked in milk to prepare a home made muesli (looks like wet cement).
No. Do not take it while toxing. Others with more knowledge of "why" will hopefully weigh in soon.
Mg affects the absorption of the med so you're not supposed to take calcium, mag, or straight milk products for 2 hours before and 6 hours after you take cipro. I just had an ablation 2 weeks ago for SVT and my gyn. dr. perscribed this. I just feel a little nervous about it. One of the things it does is cause arrythmias which I really haven't noticed it has done a lot of but it is still a concern. My heart rate is actually fine, usually in the upper 60's upon waking in the morning.
Wow! Thank you for your response! I'm so sorry you have to deal with this while being pregnant! That must be so hard. I have my mother in law's juicer and need to figure it out. I'm definitely going to try juicing. Thank you for sharing all your info. I'd love to get some recipes of your juicing. I've only been following my diet for a week now but I do feel that overall my breast looks like its improving. I did try the clay but only left it on for 10 minutes.
Otherwise, why would Ibuprofen help with chills where there is no fever?? You can try it, too, but I take Ibuprofen cautiously because it can be hard on the stomach. Heed the warning on the label!
Yeast infections SUCK! They can be quite painful, irritating, and annoying. Sounds to me that you have a yeast infection...and they are easy to get. They can be caused by foreign bacteria passed on from fecal matter, your sex partner's penis, hands, mouth (thrush is an oral yeast in the mouth which is evident by a white coating of the tongue).In addition harsh chemicals found in many soaps and detergents can irritate the vagina and contribute to or be the cause of a yeast infection.
It's very disabeling and right now I cannot work because of too much pain. I hope I'm not scaring you. Dont waste time seeing a Urologist, it can take time to DX this. Good luck.
My ob/gyn thinks that a lot of my pain is in my head but I was so happy and everything was going so well before this happened that I don't understand why I would do that to myself. I keep having bouts with food poisoning which is wierd...wierd bugs too like Yersinia and I keep being put on Cipro on and off. Could you please give general advise as too a course of action that would come next?
Lauros, I agree about the gun to the head thing too. I am in so much pain, and knowing that there are other does make a huge difference because the doctors amke you feel like you are complaining for the fun of it. I am close to losing my house. I wish I could work at even the smallest job. I was a nurse making a good living 8 months ago, now I am unemployed and in excruciating pain with a sinus and "ear" infection, despite being on IV antibiotics.
It began in 1976 and re occurs every 5 to 6 years. I get a sore throat (not tonsils but when you swallow) I now go straight on antibiotics and use Bricanyl inhaler although it doesnt seem to have much effect except to cause alot of mucus coughed up from the lungs. It causes me to have spasm coughing and if I cannot control this to 3 or 4 coughs my windpipe closes over making it hard to breath in or out.
Another possible exception is that you might need antibiotics in case of an infection with pertussis, where you cough for more than 2 weeks AND have an uncontrollable cough which can cause vomiting, or a whoop sound when you breathe in. In this case, your doctor may swab to look for pertussis, and may choose to start treating you with erythromycin or azithromycin (zithromax) especially if there's an outbreak of it locally in your community, just as we've had here locall in Santa Clara County.
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” He’s right, doctors aren’t stupid—that’s why they’re doctors.” If you don't wish to take the risk involved, then at least you may wish to try the Dr.Grossan Hydropulse Nasal Irrigation System. It gently pumps the saline solution into your sinuses, and I don’t know if it pumps saline all the way up into the far reaches of your sinuses, because of gravity, but it follows the same line of treatment expressed here. Neilmed Sinus Rinses squirt saline into the maxillary and ethmoid sinuses.
1) It is unlikely that a short course of Cipro would lead to the symptoms you are describing. 2) You have had a pretty comprehensive evaluation - including ultrasound and endoscopy. Most cases of fatty liver are caused by alcohol or NASH (non-alcoholic steatohepatitis). If it is the first reason, abstaining from alcohol can help. If it is the second reason, weight loss and exercise is the recommended treatment.
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Cipro is compatible with breastfeeding. Flagyl is a little more vague--The AAP states "no known harm but exposure may be of some concern"...Hows that for a definiate "maybe"??? However, Flagyl is usually only taken for a short period of time, and breastfeeding can be resumed within 12-24 hours afterwards. In any event, I'm glad you are over your infection, and hope that more frequent nursing brings your supply back up!
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Will the azithromycin clear up NGU other than Chlamydia?
Sometimes as we age, our digestive process changes - are you allergic to anything? Do you drink milk? Alcohol? Any changes at all dietarily? Water intake? Do you notice when this happens, is it after a certain meal? Meat? Do you have cramping before you go to the bathroom? Do you feel better afterwards? I would strongly suggest that you see a Gastroenterologist for this if it doesn't go away...
probably you can safely have sex with your wife. However, it might be a good idea to use condoms until your further evaluation is complete, just to be super safe and to avoid confusion if your symptoms persist after still more treatment, and until you have a negative culture for trichomonas. 3. Next steps depend on a careful evaluation for urethritis/prostatitis, and also on exactly which antibiotics yo The cause(s) of persistent/recurrent NGU aren't known.
Here's another thought: maybe you are not tolerating the Aleve as well as you think? When NSAIDs [=non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs] like Aleve (which is just a brand name for one company's NSAID] first came out about ten+ (?
The doctors told me that the rice would soak up the stomach acid and keep it down, this also should help with the loose stools. The answer about an ER, they can't possibly diagnose this for you in the amount of time allowed to treat you--when you leave the ER, they should be letting you know that the diagnosis is not set in stone and you need to follow up with a private doc.
So, here at the holidays, we can't go pick out dads present. I can't take them for a special girly day, and Valentines is still out of the question. I still haven't seen the law. It is supposedly in a book that the DMV sends to drs. offices. I think it should not be that way. When she wrote me a letter to tell me it was a law, there was no statute or reference, which I believe may be plagerism. I can't fight it now, I don't want to stir a stink but you just wait until it is over!
I am a busy college student, who unfortunately does not have the time and money to deal with this.
However I would recommend you see a doctor and take medication under a doctor’s supervision. Avoid heavy meals and take frequent small ones. Avoid too much of caffeine, tea, fried food and drinks both alcoholic and non alcoholic fuzzy ones. Avoid heavy exercises within 4 hours of a heavy meal. Raise the head end of the bed by pillows to 30 degrees. Avoid lying down for at least 2 hours after food.
It is raw unfiltered apple cidar vinegar and greatly helps with acid reflux and digestion issues. You take about 1-2 tablespoons per dose with about 8-10oz of water 3 times a day. Not trying to sell the stuff, but I was skeptical before doing it and it actually worked. There are other non-related claims of people losing weight with it. I thought I was losing weight with it, but that was just apparently a starter effect.
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