Ciprofloxacin for Bronchitis (acute) treatment

We have 551 consumer reports for treatment of Bronchitis (acute) with Ciprofloxacin. Bronchitis (acute) used in 2% of cases.

Patients statistics on Bronchitis (acute) for Ciprofloxacin

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
138.89
180.23

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
6′ 2″

Average age
39
44

Ciprofloxacin Circle Diagram 13 consumers of 551 reported about Bronchitis (acute)

  1. Jack S. Franco says:
    5.0 rating

    Ciprofloxacin for Bronchitis (acute)

    I got this medicine prescribed for acute bronchitis and after three or four days the pain started in both Achilles tendons. Since then, I still have recurring years later problems with my left Achilles tendon. I would never take this medicine again and recommend it to anyone! And although I have followed the instructions in the leaflet to avoid taking dairy and milk products before (2 hours) and after (4 hours) taking the medicine and not drinking coffee or tea, I have a deep brown get hairy tongue. Pretty disgusting. Luckily, these side effects quickly disappeared. The problems with the Achilles tendon, which limit my daily life and sporting activities, have remained! So, keep away from fluoro-quinolones, e.g. Ciprofloxacin!

  2. Richard T. Frazier says:
    4.5 rating

    Ciprofloxacin for Bronchitis (acute)

    My really understandable and documented experience with ciprofloxacin I did in August 2014. At that time I was prescribed because of a persistent bronchitis the drug Ciprofloxacin, which I have also taken as prescribed. Of course, I read the package leaflet, but at the time I had no idea how dangerous this drug could be. Unfortunately, I did not receive any information from the prescribing doctor and the pharmacy only once again explained the dosage to me. The bronchitis was only partially cured by the antibiotic, I think without it would be just as fast or slow healed. A few weeks after stopping taking my left thumb swelled. He was twice as tall as usual at weddings and hurt a lot. This was accompanied by a strong back pain and a numbness of the left hand. There was the obligatory examinations together with blood count, rheumatologists, various other blood tests, etc. Already here no abnormalities were detectable. As the back pain became more and more prominent, the thumb was somewhat swollen (under the administration of Diclofenac) an MRI of the cervical spine was performed. Here only degenerative changes on the intervertebral disc C5 / C6 were found. So not the cause of the cervical discomfort. There were countless other specialist visits, the alternative medicine, I tried independently. I have consulted four different physiotherapists, mostly paid out of pocket. Also, I have let me pull teeth, which could possibly be the cause of the complaints as interference fields. As one can guess, nothing was crowned with success, but nothing at all. The symptoms grew. It was accompanied by visual disturbances (of a different daily kind), dizziness, which is really very very unpleasant. More and more muscle pain, even under the foot. The worst for me were and are, however, the heart rhythm disorders (extrasystoles). The heart beats normally and out of the blue comes a very strong, up to the head felt heartbeat, it is followed by a short break, so no heartbeat and the whole body is flooded by an unspecified wave. Afterwards headache and a heavy tiredness. The condition lasts for a while. In peak times I had these extrasystoles every 10 min. Referral to cardiologist (also several hospital visits emergency). Never a result, everything unobtrusive. At least here I was put in the psycho-drawer. Even my family doctor, to whom I had a first-class relationship for over two decades, dropped me. Of course it was not possible to miss the panic attacks during this time too, which I – at least I believe – have woken up by a firm will. Meanwhile I got used to so many health conditions. All the time I stopped all chemical medicines. I had been prescribed beta blockers, antihypertensives and the famous PPI (proton pump inhibitor or acid blocker) years ago, although my blood pressure was not exorbitantly elevated at 140/90. The acid blocker because of an alleged reflux. I am 44 years old today, never overweight (normal weight). It was not so long ago that, like many others, I saw a report on TV telling me about the consequences of ciprofloxacin and shedding light on me. Previously I was drifting towards Lyme disease, but I did not really get any further). I started self-therapy and take magnesium, vitamin C, spirulina, bentonite, B12, and D3. Everything in an elevated dose … at least as far as the anxious recommendation in Germany is concerned. I can not really say anything about the therapeutic success at this time, but I’ll describe it soon. Incidentally, help and information are available at: or

  3. Amy E. Gibson says:
    4.5 rating

    Ciprofloxacin for Bronchitis (acute)

    after 3 tablets ciprofloxacin, pain and stiffness in the Achilles tendon. Inability to unroll the foot after each break. After a few minutes of gentle exercise habituation, then each felt better. Due to acute danger of Achilles tendon tear, waiver of running, etc. for 5-6 months. The drug Ciprofloxacin seems to have worked against the bacteria. I do not want to know what this toxin did to the body.

    Side effects: Achilles tendon pain