Sore throat effect of Clindamycin

We have 607 consumer reports for Clindamycin. Sore throat effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Sore throat side effect for Clindamycin

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
153.96
194.01

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
6′ 2″

Average age
43
53

Clindamycin Circle Diagram 9 consumers of 607 reported about Sore throat

  1. Rita J. Johnson says:
    3.0 rating

    Clindamycin for Pain (tooth); Jawbone inflammation

    After about 5 days of taking the first side effects occurred: sore throat, inflamed documented aching tongue, inflamed anus

    Side effects: Sore throat
  2. Sarah R. Crawford says:
    3.0 rating

    Clindamycin for Sinusitis

    Taste disorders, all bitter diarrhea, diarrhea, diarrhea, watery, now 1 week abdominal pain after eating, loud bowel sounds, bloating sore throat, irritating cough

  3. Robert B. Mack says:
    4.5 rating

    Clindamycin for Dental inflammation

    I had to take Clindamycin 600 mg for 7 days because of a likely tooth root inflammation. After seven weeks I got involved in the antibiotic. Had the first two days when taking the tablets 1-1-1 strong burning in the throat and throat, but went away on the same day. Then everything went well. After the end of the intake I got four days later from now on at once a strong tongue tingling and burning. Then I noticed a horrible coating on the whole tongue, reinforced in the back part. Yellow, green, black …. awful. I could eat anything, with spicy food and alcohol at least the black disappeared for a short time. Today, seven days later, it is probably getting better. I wash with chamomile and sage tea. I hope the tongue is finally back to normal, because you get scared. And on the 5th day after taking the end I still had a horrible diarrhea, but this lasted only half a day, fortunately. Now I’m back to building everything up, at least the toothache is much better. But honestly this antibiotic is really fierce. If there are other options and methods, it is important to avoid clindamycin because of the unpredictable and long-lasting side effects beyond the time of use.