Certain Side Effects Of Clindamycin You Might Want To Know!

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Prettygirl223 Says:
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I ended up going to the ER because the whole side of my face was swollen , and I was in excruciating pain. When I sAw the doctor, he prescribed me (Clindamycin) 300 mg for my tooth infection. Everything was going good on the first day. I had no swelling, in my face anymore and the pain was subsiding. When the second day came around my stomach started to hurt and feel weird. I was tired, less active then usual,
So I slept most of the day. Third day! All of a sudden when I woke up In the morning, the side of my face was swollen all over again and here I thought. Oh NO! (" Back To Square One Again.") not only was my face a concern because of the swelling , but now I started to see a minor rash forming my face as well . {WHAT A NIGHTMARE!}and then when dinner time comes later in that night. I ate a good healthy dinner.??
But then I was racing to the restrooms because of it. Because all of a sudden my stomach turned up side down.

Are these normal side affects?



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Verwon Says:

Yes, this medication has been known to cause such issues as side effects, as reported by the FDA. You may also experience headache, dizziness, and diarrhea.

However, if the swelling has returned, this might not be the right antibiotic to help you and you should consult your dentist.

Do you frequently experience dental infections?

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Molly Says:
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None of you seem to understand that antibiotics won't help if you have an abceds, because the abcess is closed off yo your bloodstream. You need it drained.

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