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clindesse 2% vaginal cream trx

What should I do if my bleeding made my clindesse cream come out? ## It is normal for some of it to be expelled, however, that does not mean that your body has not used the actual medication it contains, which is the antibiotic Clindymycin. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including vaginal irritation, itching, burning, and discharge. How are you doing, now? Has there been any improvement?

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allergic reaction to clindesse

Has any women had a reaction to using Clindesse vaginal cream? I am having serious itching and burning after my one dose. Have really not had time to go back to the doctor due to work issues but I think I am going to have to. ## YES! The same thing happened to me. I will never take this medicine again. It turned an annoying BV itch into a burning horrible itch. I finally had to douche this medicine out. ## The itching is a normal side effect of this medication. ## My doctor said that extreme itching and burning is not normal and indicates an allergic reaction. She explained that slight irritation is the common side effect that the manufacturer describes. Basically, if you itch worse than you did with BV- this medication is not for you. She put me on a regimen of icepacks and Benadryl un...

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