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What condition can I use ofloxacin to treat?

You can use ofloxacin to treat a variety of infections caused by susceptible bacteria. This includes infections in your bones and joints, stomach and intestines. Ofloxacin can also be used to treat certain types of bioterror exposure, including anthrax. Talk to your doctor about your specific condition and the risks and benefits of using ofloxacin.


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