25 Aug 2009
Yes, just watch out for some side effects like mood swings and hightened anxiety.. but you should talk to your doctor while your taking it, and if you are exprierencing side effects it doesn't mean you have to stop Levaquin it may be that you just need a smaller dose of it.. so talk with your doctor, it is definetly safe to always do that.
- Levaquin Information for Consumers
- Levaquin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Levaquin (detailed)
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