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SIP 500mg tablet

SIP 500mg tablet is composed of

Ciprofloxacin (500mg)

Primarily used for

Bacterial infections

Precaution:

Ciprofloxacin should be used with extreme caution in pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.

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Medicine Overview of SIP 500mg tablet

usesUses of SIP

SIP is used in respiratory(lung) tract infections, skin, and soft tissue infections. Stomach infections, UTI (urinary tract infections), otitis media (an inflammatory disease in ear), sinusitis (inflammation of sinus), gonococcal urethritis (inflammation of the urethra due to a sexually transmitted disease) and cervicitis (inflammation of lower end of uterus), pelvic inflammatory disease (disease of female reproductive organ), malignant external otitis (disease of the ear), and prophylaxis (prevention) of infection in neutropenic patients (low levels of white blood cells).

side-effectsSide effects of SIP

Patients using SIP may at times experience corneal thinning, cataract, fungal infection of eye and rise in intraocular (eye) pressure. If you experience any of these symptoms for a long period of time, consult your doctor immediately.

pillsWhen not to use SIP

SIP should not be used in patients with viral, fungal or tuberculous infections.

Warnings

  • pregnant

    Pregnancy

    Research suggests that SIP should not be used by pregnant women.

  • mother

    Breast Feeding

    Research suggests that SIP should not be used by women who are breastfeeding.

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