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Can I take ofloxacin if I have diabetes?

If you take ofloxacin while taking insulin or some other diabetes medication, you are at risk of having low blood sugar. Check your blood sugar often. If your blood sugar gets too low, stop taking ofloxacin and call your doctor. You might need to change your dosage or medication. 

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