Clindamycin Hcl 300mg

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VXL42 Says:

There are a few drugs that contain Clindamycin as the active chemical. You might want to check out Cleocin Info, as it is a name for Clindamycin.

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Doug Says:

I am taking 300 MG Clindamycin HCL for an abscessed tooth ( abscess is in the root area of the tooth) for 48 hours. Dosage; 1 capsule every 6 hours and initially instructed to take 2 capsules immediately. So far I am still experiencing a high degree of pain and there appears to be little if any reduction in my discomfort. How long does or should it take for the pain to subside? Also, is this a good medication for my medical problem?

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QUAN Says:

I also take Clindamycin hcl 300mg the pink pill dan3120) i take 3 pill a day for my gum infection i suppose to take it for 10 day but so far i take it for 8 day already and still don't see NO result! what happen?

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Verwon Says:

Clindamycin is an antibiotic that's used to treat or prevent some types of infections.

That said, it usually takes about 3 days for the infection to start to subside and for you to see improvement. If the antibiotic is working, you shouldn't see any worsening of the symptoms after you've been taking it for a full 24 hours.

Learn more Clindamycin details here.

These are old posts, so I am not sure there is any way to find out how well it worked for anyone that posted.

But for anyone else seeking information, keep the details I stated about the time frame in mind, so you'll know if it isn't working for you and you need to return to your doctor to try a different medication.

Are there any questions or comments?

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Matt Says:
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Is 7 pills enough to start attacking the infection?

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tanya Says:
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Im on my second dose of cyldinmicin n still have severe pain how long does it take before out attacks the infected area

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Angie Says:
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Whatever the Treatment technique is has not been all good.My tooth infection never went away.Pennicilian and vicodin was perscribed , but I was allergic to those drugs, so clindamyocin was given.Bad fir me.*Jonetta

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