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If you have an infection, your healthcare provider may prescribe ciprofloxacin. Specifically, ciprofloxacin is used to cure certain bacterial infections, such as:
 
Ciprofloxacin is also approved to prevent infections or the worsening of infections after exposure to inhaled anthrax in adults and children. On occasion, your healthcare provider may recommend the drug for "off-label," or unapproved, uses, such as infections caused by susceptible bacteria.
 
(Click What Is Ciprofloxacin Used For? for a more in-depth look at what ciprofloxacin cures. This article explains how this drug works and whether it is suitable for children and older adults.)
 
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