Levaquin is prescribed for infections caused by bacteria. If you are taking quinidine, bretylium, disopyramide, procainamide, amiodarone, or sotalol this must be reported to your doctor before the prescription is given. Depending on your health condition your dosage of Levaquin may be adjusted or your doctor may consider it necessary for you to go through some tests to make sure it's safe enough. Tell you health care provider if you have diabetes, joint problems, liver or kidney disease, epilepsy or seizures, or low blood potassium levels. This drug is FDA pregnancy category C, which means it is not known exactly whether it is harmful to an unborn baby.
Levaquin tablet needs to be taken with a full glass of water unless otherwise prescribed by your doctor. This drug can be also taken with or without food. If you need to have a medical test done tell your healthcare provider about taking this medicine as it can affect the results of such tests. Take the entire amount of this drug prescribed by your doctor even if your symptoms improve significantly after the first couple of days. Tell your doctor if you get pregnant during the period of treatment. Do not start using this medicine without your doctor's consent if you are breastfeeding.