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LEVOHEAL 500 mg 10 Tablets


Brand Name:  Levoheal

Name:    Levofloxacin

Strength:   500 mg

Pills per order:   10 Tablets

Production Company:  Healing Pharma 

Used for:   Antibiotic used to treat a variety of bacterial infections most importantly acute pneumonia (Lung infection), bronchitis (Inflammation of lung passages), skin infections, as well as urinary tract infection

Levoheal 500 mg

The antibiotic Levoheal 500 mg belongs to the third generation of fluoroquinolones. It’s a powerful antibiotic that can kill a wide range of microorganisms. Levoheal 500 mg is used to treat a number of bacterial infections, including acute pneumonia (lung infection), bronchitis (lung tube inflammation), skin infections, and urinary tract infections. A bacterial infection is an infection caused by bacteria that develops in the body. It can target any portion of the body and multiply swiftly.

Dangerous bacteria can make you sick and proliferate swiftly in your body. Toxins are substances produced by harmful bacteria that can injure tissue and make you unwell. Levoheal 500 mg binds to the enzymes involved for bacterial division (Topoisomerase IV and DNA gyrase) and prevents germs from multiplying, killing them.

For optimal effects, use Levoheal 500 mg as directed by your doctor, preferably with a meal to reduce stomach disturbance and at regular intervals throughout the day. The dosage of Levoheal 500 mg depends on your health and the severity of the ailment. Also, even if you feel better, it is essential that you finish the course of prescription because skipping it could lead to a more serious illness that will stop responding to the antibiotic (antibiotic resistance). Vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, difficulties sleeping, and allergies are all possible adverse effects of Levoheal 500 mg. The above side effects do not have to be experienced by everyone. Consult a doctor if you experience any discomfort.

If you have an allergy (to any antibiotic), renal or liver problems, please tell your doctor before taking Levoheal 500 mg. Self-medication with Levoheal 500 mg may result in antibiotic resistance, in which antibiotics fail to work against specific bacterial infections. Levoheal 500 mg is also safe to take during pregnancy and breastfeeding if advised by your doctor.

Pneumonia Levoheal 500 mg uses (Fluid buildup in lungs).
Bronchitis (chronic) (swelling of airways and lung passages).
Prostatitis is the inflammation of the prostate gland (swelling of prostrate gland).
Pyelonephritis Acute (Kidney inflammation).
Infection of the urinary tract.
Pestilence (Communicable bacterial infection)
Reduces anthrax infection progression.
Inflammation of the pelvis.


Medicinal Advantages

Levoheal 500 mg is an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections such as pneumonia (fluid in the lungs), urinary tract infection, bladder infection, prostate gland infection, and skin infections. Levoheal 500 mg stops bacteria from growing and being killed by our body’s defense cells. Levoheal 500 mg also kills bacteria by altering their inner cellular components, preventing infection with a lower risk of bacterial resistance than other antibiotics.

Use Instructions

At the start of a meal or just before, swallow the tablet whole with a glass of water. The doses should be spaced out evenly throughout the day, at least 4 hours apart. It should not be chewed or crushed. If you can’t swallow the full tablet, cut it in half and take one half at a time.

Store in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight.

Levoheal 500 mg Side Effects

The majority of Levoheal 500 mg adverse effects do not require immediate care and will go away with time. However, if the adverse effects persist, speak with your doctor. Some of the most prevalent side effects include:

Vomiting and nausea.

Constipation, diarrhea, and indigestion.

Sleeping problems

Some people are allergic to levofloxacin or any of the other ingredients in this drug. If you have an allergy to any antibiotic, including the Levoheal 500 mg antibiotic community, tell your doctor. Although not everyone will suffer these adverse effects, if any of them continue, a doctor’s consultation is recommended.

Drug Recommendations

If you are allergic to or have had a serious response to fluoroquinolone antibiotics such delafloxacin, gemifloxacin, ofloxacin, moxifloxacin, or ciprofloxacin, do not take Levoheal 500 mg. Tendonitis (swelling of a fibrous substance that connects a bone to a muscle) and tendon rupture are possible side effects of taking Levofloxacin (tearing of a fibrous tissue that connects a bone to a muscle). If you have or have had had a kidney, heart, or lung transplant, renal disease, rheumatoid arthritis (an inflammatory disease of the joints that causes pain, swelling, and loss of function), seizures (fits), epilepsy, or if you engage in frequent physical activity, tell your doctor. In patients with myasthenia gravis (a nervous system illness that causes muscle weakening), using Levofloxacin might cause serious breathing difficulties or death. Levofloxacin should not be taken with dairy products. Additionally, when taking Levofloxacin, exposure to sunlight should be avoided because it may induce increased phototoxicity or photosensitivity. Before taking Levofloxacin, patients with epilepsy or an abnormal heartbeat (QT prolongation) should advise their doctor.

Interactions Between Drugs

Pain relievers (NSAIDs), acidity relievers (cimetidine), anti-tuberculosis drugs (probenecid), immunosuppressant drugs (cyclosporin), anti-bacterial drugs (macrolides), blood sugar lowering drugs (insulin, glibenclamide), blood thinners (warfarin), anticonvulsant medications should not be taken with Levoheal 500 mg (Phenytoin, valproate).

Levofloxacin should not be taken with milk or yogurt due to a drug-food interaction.

In illnesses such as swollen intestines (colitis), weak muscles (myasthenia gravis), swollen tendons (tendonitis), high blood sugar (diabetes), hemodialysis (kidney dialysis), kidney dysfunction, and nerve disease, levofloxacin should be administered only after consulting a doctor.

Safety Suggestions


When taken with Levofloxacin, alcohol is not known to induce any negative side effects. However, drinking alcohol while taking Levofloxacin can harm your liver. As a result, Levofloxacin should not be taken with Levofloxacin.


It’s unclear whether Levofloxacin will harm a pregnant woman or her unborn child. If you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant, you should avoid using Levofloxacin unless your doctor advises otherwise.


A doctor’s consultation is required before taking this medication. Human milk contains the antibiotic levofloxacin. However, it is unknown how much Levofloxacin is absorbed by the nursing infant.


You may suffer dizziness, fatigue, a spinning sensation (vertigo), or changes in your eyesight after taking this medication. If this happens, avoid driving or doing anything that needs a lot of focus.


Levofloxacin should be used with caution if you have a history of liver disease or condition. If you have nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, dark urine, or yellowing of the skin or eyes, your doctor may need to alter your dose.


If you have a history of kidney illness or condition, you should use Levofloxacin with caution. Your doctor may need to modify the dosage.

No habit formation

Advice on Diet and Lifestyle

Milk and yogurt, as well as other dairy items, must be avoided for at least 2 hours before and after taking the drug.
It is critical to maintain excellent hygiene.
Increase your fiber intake since fiber-rich foods are easier for your gut flora to absorb, promoting their growth. As a result, fiber-rich diets may aid in the restoration of healthy gut bacteria following antibiotic treatment.
After finishing the levofloxacin course, probiotics should be given to replenish good bacteria that may have been lost in the intestines. Antibiotic treatment can cause antibiotic-associated diarrhea, which can be reduced by consuming probiotics.


The following points should be considered before starting Levofloxacin treatment:

Limit exposure to direct sunlight or artificial UV rays throughout treatment and for 48 hours after stopping treatment with Levofloxacin (e.g. sunlight).
Remove your contact lenses and set them aside for at least 15 minutes before applying Levofloxacin eye drops.
In diabetic patients, monitor liver function tests (LFT), renal function tests, white blood cell count, and blood glucose levels since Levofloxacin might induce adverse interactions.

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Concerns of Patients

A bacterial infection is when harmful bacteria infiltrate our bodies, grow, and infect us. It can target any portion of the body and multiply swiftly. When bacteria infects you, you may develop nonspecific symptoms such as fevers, chills, and exhaustion. Bacteria come in a variety of shapes, the most common of which are spherical, rod-shaped, and spiral-shaped. Bacterial infections range from simple ailments such as sore throats and ear infections to serious infections such as meningitis and encephalitis. Streptococcus, Staphylococcus, and E. coli are some of the bacteria that cause infections. A bacterial illness can affect anyone at any time. People with weakened immune systems or those who take immunosuppressive medications are more susceptible to bacterial infection.


Levofloxacin has been linked to diarrhoea. It’s an antibiotic that kills bacteria that are harmful to humans. Nonetheless, it causes diarrhea by affecting the good bacteria in your stomach or gut. If you are experiencing severe diarrhea, consult your doctor.

Take the missing dose as soon as possible, and avoid taking a double dose to make up for it, as this may have negative consequences. If it’s too late to take the missed dose, it’s best to move on to the next one.

It is not suggested that you discontinue taking this medication without first consulting your doctor. If a patient quits taking this prescription on their own, it may be difficult to cure future infections with Levofloxacin because microorganisms acquire resistance as a result of not finishing the drug course.

It is completely safe to take Levofloxacin with contraceptives because no hazardous or negative interactions have been documented.

Although no harm to an unborn fetus has been recorded, pregnant people should seek medical advice before taking Levofloxacin.

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