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Dizziness after Levaquin for sinus infection. Hearing voices, no one else heard. Is it auditory hallucinations?

I have a sinus infection and was prescribed a ten day regimen of Levaquin . I took the first dose yesterday afternoon and felt dizzy. I also had insomnia . The weid thing this morning at about 545am is that I heard one of my son s voices calling me twice, Daddy, daddy . Very softly, but undeniably there. When I went to check on him, he was sound asleep, and, my wife says she didn t hear anything - she was upstairs and well within ear shot. I am on 450 mg of Wellbutrin/day for anxiety . Could this combination cause auditory hallucinations?
Asked On : Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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U must ask the doctor who prescribed u both the medicine. Sometimues sinus patients do habe audible hallcinations take homeopathic medicine phosphorus 200 single dose for hallucination and kali bich30 four times a day for 7 days for sinus problem.
Answered: Thu, 1 Aug 2013
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