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Should I use moxifloxacin hcl 0.5% OPH SOLN if I have a severe avalox alergy?

Posted 26 Jan 2015 by somgotskin 1 answer

Use of avelox resulted in an anaphylactic shock reaction

Herpes Simplex Dendritic Keratitis - I am suffering from herpes simplex keratitis for 12 days

Posted 26 Jul 2013 by s MIT 1 answer

... ophthalmologist has suggested acyclovir ointment,acyclovir 400mg thrice a day,moxifloxacin drops,refresh eye drops,cyclogyl drops,.i was improved by 7th day and my corneal stain had become nil by then.since there was corneal opacity,i was put on steroid drops and oral steroid.i was feeling okay ...

I was administered moxifloxacin 400mg one tablet a day x 5 days, accompanied with Febrol DS for?

Posted 14 Nov 2012 by Nanabhai 1 answer

... fever and Mafnac. Now after 2 days of my last dose i am feeling strange, lethargy, slight pain bihind my eyes, severe backache and weakness a lot. Someone please let me know what to do for regaining my strength back. 42 Male

Moxifloxacin dosage in regular cases?

Posted 17 Jul 2013 by Khaled farooqi 2 answers

Have emphysema have oxygen. Would moxifloxacin be o k?

Posted 18 May 2013 by arnold moore 1 answer

I have as above. I see on my computer moxifloxacin can cause additional loss of breath. I take Spiriva and onbrez in the morningAlso Flomax morning and night.

Can Moxifloxacin be used while taking Perindopril tert-butylamine 4mg?

Posted 2 Jun 2010 by xtrawellness 1 answer

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