Diarrhea effect of Cefaclor

We have 112 consumer reports for Cefaclor. Diarrhea effect occurred in 11%.

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Cefaclor Circle Diagram 12 consumers of 112 reported about Diarrhea

  1. Daniel M. Woodard says:
    4.5 rating

    Cefaclor for Respiratory infections

    After approx. 7 days, diarrhea, stomach / intestinal complaints, severe flatulence and, a short time later, even colitis. After 9 days then medication discontinued. The first suspicion of gastrointestinal virus should be treated according to the doctor with Buscopan suppositories, but the child left wg. the pain on the large intestine, an insertion of the suppository no longer. The leaflet says these risks, pediatrician and pharmacy have not warned and reacted wrongly to the above symptoms.

    Side effects: Diarrhea
  2. George C. Summerville says:
    4.0 rating

    Cefaclor for Respiratory infections

    Use in case of infection with Haemophilus Parainfluaezae From the beginning of treatment slight stomach pressure, gastritis type C (demonstrably) sounded quickly after the end of therapy, changed stool, mild diarrhea, otherwise the medi helped outstandingly

    Side effects: Diarrhea
  3. Bertie A. Watson says:
    2.0 rating

    On the second day of ingestion bloating and altered stool (mild diarrhea)

    Side effects: Diarrhea
  4. Holly J. Edens says:
    4.5 rating

    Cefaclor for Otitis

    My daughter (16 months) had Cefaclor due to a constant ENT infection, followed by fever. The drug helped immediately and was well tolerated. Towards the end of the therapy she had mild diarrhea, but this subsided immediately after stopping. – Two weeks later, she suddenly had 39 degrees Fever in the morning and touched her ears, so middle ear infection. Again, Cefaclor was prescribed, which I could only give until the 4th day, then she had violent diarrhea at night, writhed with flatulence and abdominal pain, the haunting lasted about 4 hours, then formed initially itchy, itching, strong red and swollen wheals, a day later under the armpits and diaper area. She screamed all day, scratching herself incessantly, never resting at all. The pediatrician then diagnosed urticaria (hives) and prescribed 10 drops of citirizine (antihistamine) for at least a week. That helped immediately. After just the first 10 drops (directly in the pharmacy) she retired within a few minutes and then fell asleep in the car. The puffiness and redness still hiked and spread, but they did not itch or hurt anymore and were not so hot anymore. She is like a substitute. Of course, now the snot comes back, because the therapy with cefaclor was indeed broken off, and so we will have to find in the next few days a better tolerated antibiotic, which can heal their ears. – As much as Cefaclor is prescribed for children …, it is probably not as well tolerated.

    Side effects: Vomit; Itching; Hives; Diarrhea
  5. Leora P. Swain says:
    4.5 rating

    Cefaclor for Tonsillitis

    I have tonsillitis several times a year. The effectiveness is really high but always have side effects. Diarrhea is always one of them, including stomach ache, nausea, vomiting and, in rare cases, premature menstruation. Now and then also pain in the genital area. Still, it’s the best drug I’ve ever received. It does indeed drive the devil with the Belzebub but this is short-lived. The price convinces me because I have to pay for this drug nothing. It is taken over completely by my health insurance of the AOK and I am not exempt from additional payments.

    Side effects: Vomit; Nausea; Diarrhea