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Can I stop taking ofloxacin when I feel better?

You should not stop taking ofloxacin until you finish with the entire prescription. If you stop taking it too soon, your infection may return and become more resistant to antibiotics. That means it may last longer and be harder to treat this time. Follow the directions and take every dose as prescribed. Call your doctor if you have any severe symptoms or pain that would cause you to stop taking ofloxacin.

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