Clindamycin for Skin infection treatment

We have 607 consumer reports for treatment of Skin infection with Clindamycin. Skin infection used in 0% of cases.

Patients statistics on Skin infection for Clindamycin

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Male

Average weight in Lbs
182.98
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Average height in Ft
5′ 8″
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Average age
24
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Clindamycin Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 607 reported about Skin infection

  1. Marilyn G. Flynn says:
    4.0 rating

    Clindamycin for Skin infection

    I had to take the antibiotic 6 day as a result of a skin infection. After stopping taking a cold used me. No one knows if it is related to the antobiotic. However, it started on the same day with a rash on the hands. Since I initially did not think so, I wanted to wait at least the night. The next morning it nearly broke my legs. My thighs, torso, and arms were covered with a measles-like, itchy rash. I have never seen anything like that. I went to the emergency room at noon to the hospital and they prescribed aerius and prednisolone for me. It has also sounded as if they work relatively fast, but 2 days later, there is still no improvement. I will definitely never take this medication again!

    Side effects: Allergic skin reaction
  2. Michael K. Kasper says:
    3.5 rating

    Clindamycin for Skin infection

    During the intake only slight side effects: Easily itching (enduring), irritability (coping with humor), softer stools than usual, mild flatulence. On the last day of ingestion (day 8), sudden itching of the whole body, redness of the skin on the inner thighs, on the feet, erythema of the infected skin with some blisters, extreme dry skin on the extremities (otherwise soft, moisturized skin), which intensifies the itching, slight breathing difficulties (feeling of pressure on the chest), palpitations, mild diarrhea. Diagnosis: allergy. Treatment of allergic reaction: None necessary, under observation by family doctor. 1 week after discontinuation of the drug: itching better, skin reddening persistent, wheals all over, persistent erythema at the infected skin site. Conclusion: Systemic antiobiosis in skin infections is problematic in Allergy-prone persons. Better: Other treatments (homeopathic, surgical intervention)