Levaquin 750 mg Tablets

Levaquin® (levofloxacin) is a prescription medicine approved for treating various types of infections and preventing infection after exposure to inhaled anthrax. It comes in injectable, liquid, and tablet form. Levaquin tablets come in several strengths, ranging from 250 mg to 750 mg.
 
There is no standard recommended dose that is appropriate for everyone or all situations. Your healthcare provider will recommend a dosage for your situation based on several factors, including the type of infection, the severity of the infection, and the type of bacteria causing the infection. It is important to finish your prescription, even if you start feeling better.
 
While Levaquin 750 mg tablets are usually taken once a day, people with kidney disease (who do not clear the medication from the body well) may need to take it every other day. A lower dosage may also be recommended for people with kidney disease.
 
(Click Levaquin Dosage for information on why it is important to finish your entire prescription and for tips and precautions for those taking this medication.)
 
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