Clindamycin for Respiratory infections treatment

We have 607 consumer reports for treatment of Respiratory infections with Clindamycin. Respiratory infections used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Respiratory infections for Clindamycin


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6′ 1″

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Clindamycin Circle Diagram 7 consumers of 607 reported about Respiratory infections

  1. Suzanne J. Yount says:
    4.0 rating

    Clindamycin for Respiratory infections

    Immediately after taking clindamycin, I got stomach and intestinal cramps. Shortly thereafter diarrhea. Since I easily get diarrhea for one day when taking this type of medication, I also took the second tablet (2 a day, as prescribed by the doctor). The diarrhea became the waterfall . On the second day (it was the weekend), I decided to take one more tablet in the morning to see if I would continue to have diarrhea – I had and how, even though I did not take another tablet afterwards, On Monday I went to the doctor – after a blood and stool sample examination, I was not allowed to take this drug all my life, I had a severe allergic reaction to clindamycin, a pseudopiniferous colitis had to be treated with heavy medications, otherwise my intestine would have decomposed – everything is healed.

  2. Philip K. West says:
    4.0 rating

    Clindamycin for Respiratory infections

    On the 9th day (last 3 tablets) suddenly very swollen soles of the feet, rash in the inguinal region, slight fever, increased cold-heat sensation, swollen strong itchy and aching hands. Have such a Sch …. never had! I’m not an allergic person! Having been treated with cortisone for 4 days is slowly getting better, but is very persistent

    Side effects: Allergic reaction
  3. Melissa J. Byrne says:
    4.0 rating

    Clindamycin for Respiratory infections; Sinusitis

    6 days taking the drug. On the 7th day rash with severe itching that spread throughout the body until the 10th day. From the 7th – 10th day taking an antihistimanic as directed by the family doctor. On the 10th day another visit to the family doctor. Due to severe discomfort treatment with Prednasolone 10 mg (3×1). Slow recovery of the symptoms: rash, however, is not gone on the 10th day after the end of the intake of clindamycin. Itching continues. Extreme heat sensitivity of the skin.

    Side effects: Allergic skin reaction