Cipro is good. You'll be fine. Don't read the side effects.
A pharmacist explained to me that when meds are tried in trials, there are placebo groups and real groups who take the meds. The Placebo groups always have lots of side effects, yet they are only taking a sugar pill!
Then, they compare those side effects to the people in the group who actually took the drug...and the side effects are minimal. But they have to be listed as "potential" side effects.
What does all this mean? It means, first of all, that someone who develops these side-effects upon taking a new drug may not be reacting to the drug itself! They may be reacting to the idea of the drug. Yet, if a patient is told that the particular physical reaction they are having after taking the drug cannot be reasonably attributed to the effect of the drug itself, they often become offended.
Another example. Let's say J is taking Drug A for for a drug trial for anxiety. He develops bronchitis. 22 other people in the trial also develop bronchitis. (and it's bronchitis season). It will be noted that is a "possible side effect" when in fact, the drug itself did not cause the bronchitis at all.
You'll be fine. I've taken Cipro a few times for Lyme. As well as Doxycycline. I recently had a round of Amoxicillin for a sinus/ear infection.
Don't read the side effects. They just have to be listed by FDA regulations. It doesn't mean that you will get those side effects at all.