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Clindamycin Rx692 Blue Green Capsule
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Was sick with sinus infection and a doc gave me a script for 3 (150) mg clindmycin caps 3 X a day. I am feeling better now and looking at the amount of pills I have left, it seems an extreme amount of pills. ## Even if you are feeling better, you should finish the antibiotic, as prescribed, to make sure that the infection is completely cleared up. Normally, they are given at the 3 a day dosage for between 10 to 14 days, depending on the dosage and just because you may be feeling better, there could still be remnants of the infection lingering in your body. Not finishing the prescribed amount could result in your developing antibiotic resistant bacteria and the infection returning and being more difficult to treat. Are there any other comments or questions? ## My friend gave me like 10 b... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Clindamycin.
Mon, Mar 20 '17, 10:06 PM
What type of pill is RX692
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WHAT TYPE OF PILL IS MARKED RX692 AND IS A BLUE GREENISH CAPSUL. THE BOTTOL HAS PARTIAL MARKINGS WITH THE NAME DAMYCIN SAYING TAKE ON WITH FOOD THAT IS IT. THE REST OF THE LABEL IS TORN OFF ## 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. To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ## 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 inf... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Clindamycin.
Fri, Mar 24 '17, 9:47 AM
5 month old clindamycin 150 mg
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Well mines expired in August 2017. Can i still use it to clear up a tooth infection that i had before. I had an infection in one tooth and its gone. Now i have another infection in another tooth which they prescribe me with the same medicine its just 5 months old. The date on the bottle is August 2017. ## I also wanted to say that they are capsules that are light blue and light green and have rx692 written on them. Once again they expired August 28th 2017. Can i still use them to rid of this tooth infection. ## If there's anybody out there that has been thru this plse help and share your experience with me. I need guidance. Plse reply soon. Thank you. This is connected to my other 2 post that i have written up above. ## According to FDA reports, this medication does not become dange... ...
Updated 3 days ago in Clindamycin.
Fri, Jan 19 '18, 10:44 PM


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