What Type Of Pill Is Rx692

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David Says:
The capsule in description is Clindamycin HCL (150 mg).

Clindamycin is a lincosamide antibiotic. It is usually used to treat infections with anaerobic bacteria but can also be used to treat some protozoal diseases, such as malaria.

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Pat Leach Says:
Hi there, I have had my leg an a plaster cast to the thigh for about 7 days, it was so sore, ( thought that I had a blister under the cast) medical centre took it off and my ankle was scarlet, like inflamation as is from pressure. No open wound. Had fractured the fibular and ankle. Is now in a moon boot and I have to go back today. They have given me clindamycin 150mg, 2 four times a day.

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Hey my name is Tomi. I'm wondering if this med would help my head. I have 3 spots on top of my head where a shunt was. I have had brain surgery. It seems like the shunt area gets infected once in a while. Will the rx692 help?

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Kk Says:
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If I were to take rx692 will it come up in a drug panel??

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Nathen leiva Says:
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I would like to know if rx 692 can be used for tooth infections if so what are side effects

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Crystale Says:
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I was looking up medicine my cousin wanted me to find and I came across numerous people saying, "I found a pill in my son or daughters room, what is it?"...I laughed hysterically because my husband works for CDC and that is the number #1 thing people who have either bought a pill and don't know what it is or are thinking or buying or have stolen meds from somebody do just to FIND OUT WHAT THEY ARE!! THEY ARE PATHETIC TO BLAME A KID BECAUSE THEY ARE DOPE ADDICTS AND WILL POP ANYTHING! IT DISGUSTS ME. I'm sorry to those who are seeking truthful answers but as for those just seeking an answer for a pill they bought, MAY THIS BE YOUR LAST, IF UR BLAMING IT ON UR KID!! GEEZ!! Again, to those truthful I am sorry for venting.

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