Face swelling effect of Cefaclor

We have 112 consumer reports for Cefaclor. Face swelling effect occurred in 3%.

Patients statistics on Face swelling side effect for Cefaclor


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Cefaclor Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 112 reported about Face swelling

  1. Dina C. Howard says:
    4.5 rating

    On the third day of use, I suddenly developed a rash on both hands and hand joints that spread throughout the day to the neck and parts of the face. Over night, this spread over the entire arms, neck and face and my face is swollen, my field of vision is limited and I look slightly blurry. In addition, I have several lymph node swelling in the left ear and throat area, which causes pain when turning the head. I have partly strong bauschschmerzen, especially after taking, as well as a strong constipation and I am very worn and tired. Why did I discontinue the medication and stop treatment now? I can not really judge the effectiveness, because I have not finished it. But the side effects are not worth it, especially because of the eye and abdominal discomfort.

    Side effects: Face swelling; Fatigue; Skin rash
  2. Bryan A. Dalton says:
    4.5 rating

    Cefaclor for Sinusitis

    My daughter (13) was prescribed Cefaclor for acute sinusitis. She took the drug for the second time, the last time because of sinusitis about 1/2 year ago. It has not struck quickly. 2 days after taking the last tablet she got massive Juckreis with white wheals in the evening. The dermatologist tapped an allerg. Reaction and prescribed ceterizine. It has massive joint pain, swollen joints and swelling in the face, difficulty swallowing and is extremely flabby. She was dizzy, I was terrified when she fainted in my presence for about 1 minute. These side effects are described as common, I find that very questionable ….

  3. Cori S. Henderson says:
    3.5 rating

    Cefaclor for Sinusitis

    After administration of amoxicillin for 1 day (3 incomes) and immediate reddening of the hands and feet was switched to cefaclor. The redness and itching remained and intensified. Cetrizine was ineffective. After three days of taking Cefaclor (3 times a day) massive exanthem with bleeding on hands, feet as well as at the level of hip and knee joints, these also swelled strongly. In places lighter edema. Severe redness, swelling and heat on arms and legs. Three days after stopping the preparation redness and swelling of the face, the palms became increasingly borky. One week inpatient treatment with Cortinson IV, followed by four days at home Cortisongabe. After the rash subsided after about 14 days, the skin on the hands, feet and face began to peel.

    Side effects: Face swelling; Itching