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Fish Antibiotics – Step 2: Ciprofloxacin


After cephalexin, the second antibiotic I would recommend for your armamentarium is ciprofloxacin (generic form of Cipro). I choose ciprofloxacin because it complements cephalexin, filling in much of the gap regarding infections for which cephalexin is ineffective. There are valid arguments for other antibiotics, but I’ll explain my reasoning for this choice further below. As with cephalexin, ciprofloxacin was truly a wonder drug when first released (1987). Early on it was nearly 100% effective for urinary tract infections, chronic prostatitis, many pneumonias, gonorrhea, and was one of the few effective oral antibiotics for serious bone infections (osteomyelitis). It has the benefit of being nearly as effective orally as intravenously.
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