Do Clindamycin Hcl 150mg Come These Colors

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my clindamycin hcl 150mg
are gray&pink incolor.was given for tooth infn

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David Says:

To answer your question, yes, Clindamycin (150 mg) does come in gray and pink capsules marked with "DAN 5708" on each side. These are manufactured by Watson Pharmaceuticals.

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