Were you looking for information about Levaquin? Levaquian is a common misspelling of Levaquin.
If you have a bacterial infection, your healthcare provider may prescribe Levaquin® (levofloxacin) to help stop the bacteria from multiplying. The antibiotic can also be given to people who have been exposed to anthrax to prevent infection. It is also approved to prevent and treat plague.
It is available in several different forms (tablets, oral solution, and injection) and is generally taken once a day. If you are pregnant, have low potassium levels in the blood, or have any allergies, let your healthcare provider know before using Levaquin.
(Click Levaquin for information on how Levaquin works and for more details on the drug's effects, dosing guidelines, and potential side effects. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on Levaquin.)
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