Clindamycin And Clotrimazole

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Lali Says:
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I have to under go a pap smear test on Feb 4th, 2017. My gynecologist prescribed clindamycin and clotrimazole for me to take till Feb 3rd, 2017. Is it advisable?



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Piaya Says:
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I'm taking both for teeth abscesses (clindamycin) (2) 150mg 3 x's a day approx 6-9 months. This brand was labeled RX892 & was replaced with the RX692. Not only did my teeth infection returned I also developed a severe sinus infection. My Dr added Clotrimazole 10mg Lozg (1) lozenge 5 x's a day for 7 days. I have the same request as the post I am responding to. No one answered the question is it safe? FYI - since my last refill was the RX892 thanx be to God my teeth and mouth/sinus infection has begun clearing back up, only after my 2 dose of the RX892 clindamycin. Why is there no information re: this particular brand, all information always defers to the RX692 ( terrible results not only for my abscesses, but the replacement also created a fungal infection in my mouth and throat as well as giving me a severe sinus infection). I would very much appreciate an answer to our posts re: these matters PLEASE!

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