When Will Clyndamicin Work And Swollen Lump Under Chin??

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Sore throat and swollen glands since Thanksgiving. Took Amoxicillin 7 days, problem resolved but came back few days later with same symptoms plus a sore swollen lump under my chin. Yesterday started Clyndamicin 300 mg 3x daily. Day 2 still having difficulty swallowing and concerned about the swollen lump under my chin???

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Blood test at lab came back negative for strep throat so doctor advised me to go off Clyndamicin. Recovered from the virur on day 7 by sipping home made soup, whiskey with warm water, lemon and honey and taking a tsp of cod liver oil as couldn't swallow pills. Completely recovered now.

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