Cipro Prices

Cipro (ciprofloxacin) is a fluoroquinolone antibiotic that can treat different bacterial infection types. It is a strong drug that requires extra care from users.

Here’s a list of Cipro prices:

Dosage
Without Insurance

CVS Pharmacy

60 Tablets

250mg$94.00
500mg$184.00
750mg$117.00

Kmart

60 Tablets

250mg$112.00
500mg$313.00
750mg$91.00

Kroger

60 Tablets

250mg$115.00
500mg$230.00
750mg$149.00

Publix

60 Tablets

250mg$98.00
500mg$91.00
750mg$145.00

Rite Aid

60 Tablets

250mg$141.00
500mg$239.00
750mg$183.00

Sams Club

60 Tablets

250mg$132.00
500mg$264.00
750mg$192.00

Target

60 Tablets

250mg$142.90
500mg$290.00
750mg$105.00

Walgreens

60 Tablets

250mg$92.00
500mg$60.00
750mg$195.00

Walmart

60 Tablets

250mg$92.95
500mg$184.00
750mg$125.00

History

Ciprofloxacin was the first fluoroquinolone in the market. Bayer, a German-based drug and chemical company, discovered it in 1981. The FDA approved Cipro® in 1987 as the first oral broad-spectrum of this class. Cipro underwent further tests, and more than 32,000 publications documented its safety profile.

Medical Uses

As an antibiotic, Cipro apparently fights bacteria in the body. It is effective in treating various types of bacterial infections and anthrax or specific types of plague.

Cipro is especially effective for infections that safer antibiotic cannot treat. Also, it may not be safe to take it with other drugs.

Warning/Precaution

It is important to take note that fluoroquinolone antibiotics can cause serious side effects; some are even disabling.

Taking Cipro may lead to swelling or cause tearing of a tendon. This is especially possible for people over 60, for those taking steroid medications, and for those who underwent heart, kidney, or lung transplant. If you are suffering from a muscle disorder. you may not be able to take this drug. It is a must to tell your doctor if you are suffering from or have a history of myasthenia gravis.

For safety purposes, inform your doctor if you have the following: arthritis, tendon problems, and other joint problems especially for children; heart rhythm disorder; history of seizures; kidney or liver disease; diabetes; and other conditions. Likewise, you should stop taking the drug if you experience sudden pain, bruising, and different joint problems.

Lastly, while there is still no evidence that Cipro can harm an unborn baby, it can pass into breast milk and harm the nursing baby.