Ciprofloxacin for Pharyngitis treatment

We have 551 consumer reports for treatment of Pharyngitis with Ciprofloxacin. Pharyngitis used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Pharyngitis for Ciprofloxacin

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
152.12
165.35

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
6′

Average age
38
22

Ciprofloxacin Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 551 reported about Pharyngitis

  1. Vincent E. Tran says:
    3.0 rating

    Ciprofloxacin for A headache; Pharyngitis

    Only taken a few hours ago, already blatant breathlessness and pressure on the chest. Will not continue to take it.

    Side effects: Respiratory complaints
  2. Stephen J. Miller says:
    4.0 rating

    Ciprofloxacin for Pharyngitis

    I received the medication for 5 days against a fairly severe pharyngitis. Although I was able to swallow again, but woke up on the second day of treatment with a heavily overgrown / furry and irritated tongue. There was also other pain when swallowing, this time close to the stomach, a heavy pressure as if the bite would get stuck … very uncomfortable. In addition, I noticed an ever-increasing heartburn and some mild palpitations. Generally, I would not recommend this drug for such a purpose. There are much more compatible drugs here; Ciproflox should be the last solution. I still suffer today, 2 days after deposition, nor to heartburn and circulation problems.

  3. Melanie D. Jones says:
    4.5 rating

    Ciprofloxacin for Pharyngitis

    Short: 7x500mg Ciprofloxacin wg pharyngitis 1st day: severe weakness 2-3. Day: strong weakness, only rest possible 3 .: + tendon pain, discontinuation of treatment 1 week after: strong weakness, only rest possible, lung feeling, Sehenschmerzeb, 1 x panic attack 2-3 week: weakness, life completely restricted, only most necessary work possible, 2 x panic attacks, lung sensation, vision pain 4-6. Week: weakness, most necessary work without problems possible, life limited, pain in eyes depending on the load 7-8 week: No more weakness, work and life again possible, pain in the eyes only on Achilles tendons after heavy use, eg. Sports, gardening, long walks & amp; Stand Lang: I was prescribed 10 x 500 mg ciprofloxacin because of a slight pharyngitis, after 7 incomes I discontinued the treatment. After the second pill, I felt very weak physically, assuming my underlying disease had gotten worse, and was forced to refrain from all physical stress, even housework. I did not move further from the bed to the couch and back again. In the following days I was fine in lying or sitting, one could almost believe that I had nothing. But as soon as I began to move, there were weak points, feebleness and helplessness, all of which I attribute to weakness. After 3 days, my Achilles tendon started to hurt. Since I had at least skimmed the leaflet, all my Arlarmglocken went on now. On the Internet, I encountered many similar reports, some with serious consequences, and I stopped treatment. The antibiotic treatment was sufficient to combat the pharyngitis. This was confirmed by the doctor by smear. Nevertheless, I was only getting better in the following weeks. The tendon pain increased as I increased my physical activity. This was still limited to the bare minimum in the first three weeks. Every time I Shopping went, or thought it was at least as good as to suck, came hard setbacks. As I went shopping, my sinews burned with every step, and my physical weakness did not really go down. My family doctor had my blood tested twice in the next 5 weeks, but there was no explanation. During this time, the panic attacks that I never had before began. The first I thought was still a faint fit, I ran out of air. After a few minutes it was all over, and I visited my family doctor, who in turn could not find anything. Such a pronounced weakness without fever is unusual. He advised me to go to the hospital for emergency room, it should get worse. That was it, I felt more and more of the lack of air, and I could not explain it. But even in the hospital you could not see anything. Since then I had a seizure every week. Partly during the day, but sometimes also at night, directly from deep sleep. Lying sideways I had the feeling during these weeks, I feel my lungs. There was no pain, but it was not normal. Out of this feeling that something was wrong with my lungs, it probably came to these attacks of anxiety that I actually could not breathe. I’ve never had such a thing before and never since. All the doctors I spoke to about the tendon pain associated with the antibiotic responded as if it were completely outlandish. The fact is that since the ingestion it has been / is. The fact is that I do not have any mental health problems usually associated with panic attacks. By now 8 weeks have passed and my physical condition has improved a lot. Sport is possible again, but I am still aching after heavy strain the Achilles tendons. At the beginning I also had this on the hands, the forearms or the legs in general, but quickly got lost in these places. I have also reported my side effects to the official body – this has recently become possible for patients, and should be used. I wish all those affected a speedy recovery – spare yourself in this bad phase as much as possible, your body will thank you. All the best.

    Side effects: Panic attacks; Crave pain; Fatigue