Because they get rid of different kinds of bacteria and depending on the infection, you need that action.
Both drugs together, I am told, cause a 1 / 2 punch to help knock off Diverticulitis. A HUGE however, is the all too evident risk of side effects from Cipro when it came to tendons pulling loose inside my body weeks / months / years after I stopped my last dose back in 2017! The most recent was an elbow tendon reattachment in my right arm that occured from lifting a 5 pound binder from the backseat of my car while sitting in the drivers seat. Before that was a tendon in my left leg, separating very painfully when standing up. These side effects are real, painful, and expensive to fix (i.e. surgery). Ask your doctor about them and if there is any alternative.
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