Cefaclor for Bacterial infection treatment

We have 112 consumer reports for treatment of Bacterial infection with Cefaclor. Bacterial infection used in 3% of cases.

Patients statistics on Bacterial infection for Cefaclor


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Cefaclor Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 112 reported about Bacterial infection

  1. Benjamin D. Boer says:
    3.0 rating

    Cefaclor for Bacterial infection

    after seven days itching on the skin, 1 day later on the whole body a rash and severe itching

    Side effects: Itching rash
  2. Ana D. Toney says:
    4.5 rating

    Cefaclor for Bacterial infection

    Hello, my almost three-year-old daughter has been prescribed by pediatrician CEC Saft, due to a feverish bronchial inflammation. During the intake there were no objective complaints. She has tolerated it well in my opinion and the juice has also relatively quickly brought at least the fever under control. Her barking, poorly dissolving, croup-like cough was well under control after a week’s use. The intake was set to 8 days and with the dry juice we got exactly (Thursday-Thursday). On Saturday night, three days after weaning, my little one got an itchy rash in some parts of her body (inguinal region, underarms, hairline / neck, hollows of the knees, and part of abdomen, back, and thighs) (similar to nettle stings). Since the next morning (Sunday, 4 days after) no improvement was in sight, I visited the pediatric emergency service, which prescribed her Fenestiltropfen. The diagnosis of the doctor: SIDE EFFECTS OF ANTIBIOTICS! On the same day in the evening, my daughter suddenly could no longer walk and complained crying about pain in both knees. In the investigation on my part, I found that both knees slightly swollen and unlike upper and lower legs were also extremely hot. In addition, she had now again 38.5 ° C Temp! I gave her ibuprofen juice and put her to sleep. Since I could not explain the increased temp, the pain and also the swelling, I contacted a pediatrician in the nearby hospital for advice. When she described the history and current symptoms and the drug Cefaclor came into conversation, she told me that also JOINT PAIN is a subsequent side effects of the drug. I should now wait and tomorrow, if no improvement is in sight, visit a doctor again. In addition, I was told by her that it is very common to such symptoms and now paediatricians is advised to stop giving antibiotics with active ingredient Cefaclor children !!! I now hope the best for my little girl and advise parents urgently from this drug!

    Side effects: Joint pain; Skin rash