Ciprofloxacin for Diverticulitis treatment

We have 551 consumer reports for treatment of Diverticulitis with Ciprofloxacin. Diverticulitis used in 2% of cases.

Patients statistics on Diverticulitis for Ciprofloxacin

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
155.43
217.52

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 8″

Average age
64
65

Ciprofloxacin Circle Diagram 12 consumers of 551 reported about Diverticulitis

  1. Lawrence J. Gingras says:
    4.0 rating

    Ciprofloxacin for Diverticulitis

    After 2.5 days, equivalent to 5 tablets, I had to stop due to the side effect of taking the drug. The following side effects occurred: pain in the upper abdomen, heart and left shoulder. Very large mood swings with depressive symptoms. Restlessness, insomnia and spontaneous fatigue. Chills with subsequent sweat attacks. Total loss of appetite After stopping taking it took another 5 days until all symptoms were almost gone. After the 3rd day I got very violent stomach cramps for several hours, then chills, had to lie in bed and could not move because of pain in the stomach were very large. At night my body began to sweat out the poisons and a penetrating stink of the whole body developed. After another day passed, where a significant improvement was recorded, bloating on the program with repeated sweating attacks and repeated complaints of the left shoulder joint and heart pains, but were not so strong. During the whole procedure, I lost 3 kg, but I’m in good hands to have everything over. The actual problems with the diverticula disappeared after one day. In retrospect, I have to realize that I was somehow mentally as in a bleak, accompanied by listlessness and very whining mood. Thank God there is still the naturopathy! Incidentally, only by a lot of drinking (about 3-4 liters a day) of chamomile, peppermint, linseed, fennel, and herbal teas the body was able to win against this poison successfully.

  2. Barney A. Campbell says:
    4.0 rating

    Ciprofloxacin for Diverticulitis

    From the first tablet, I felt flabby, which has increased from taking to taking. On the third day I started to freeze, although I had no fever, got a Kloss in the neck and pain in the solaplexus. In addition, I got circulatory problems. On the advice of the doctor, the treatment was stopped and I took an antihistamine for prevention. Since demolition I’m totally tired, have developed a depression accompanied by attacks of panic and panic attacks. Every effort is too much, it is just housework or walking up and down the garden. Working is impossible. I have no idea how to go on …

  3. Deborah M. Campbell says:
    4.0 rating

    Ciprofloxacin for Diverticulitis

    during or shortly afterwards blurred vision, which apparently also worsened. Ca 2 months after taking pain in muscles and tendons, especially in the legs, tingling such as pinpricks under the skin, muscle twitching, suddenly extreme dandruff on the scalp, sometimes with itching and massive hair loss. itching and burning in the genital area. Muscle problems increased during exercise, which is why I have been unable to do sports for months, and I started doing sports again shortly before. Tiredness and depressive phase. Stomach pain and digestive problems The drug was prescribed to me because the doctor suspected a bowel inflammation. At that time, I was at that time for about three months finally my acid blocker going on and I would finally go well without the Cipro.