Clindamycin And Benadryl

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carmelita Says:


I am now taking clindamycin for an infection and I have just come down with hives on my face. Can I take benadryl for the hives?



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David Says:

According to the University of Maryland Medical Center (umm.edu / drug interaction tool), there are no interactions listed between Clindamycin and Benadryl.

This doesn't necessarily mean that no interactions exist, so it may still be in your best interest to ask your doctor first, but I haven't found any information suggesting that it's unsafe to take the two together...

I hope you get around to making a full recovery soon! Please post back if you have any updates on how things are going.

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