Itching after taking cipro

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I took cipro 250 mg 2 times a day 14 days total .Is there a safe way I can relieve my itching?

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    You could try E 45 Anti Itch relief Cream. It helped me quite a bit as I did not want to take an antihistamine tablet.

    It is quite expensive.

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    I agree with Derek. Avoid any anti histamines these are the last thing you need. Good luck .
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    If I knew 5 months ago what I  now know about cipro I would not have taken any.I hope I don't get the bad side effects that some people are getting.

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      Have u taken any meds since? 

      Keep away from steroids, nsaids and antibiotics would be my plain advice.The above may trigger off a reaction. Magnesium helps to chelate this toxin from the body. 

      ​Steroids are notorious for causing problems if taken with Cipro and/or other flq . Try not to worry. Keep to a healthy diet, exercise, avoid alcohol, and any additives. I would take Vitamin B12 and Bco as well as Vitamin D3.

       

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      Hi I would never try apple cider vinegar for anything especially itching !!!!. How do you apply the baking soda? Presume you add water then apply. Where is the itching?
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      The itching is on my feet and lower legs.I soak my feet and ankles in water with baking soda.I think I will not take showers for the next two weeks and just wash were I don't itch.after that I will take showers in cooler water.

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