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After taking Clindamycin 4 days for my tooth infection, I started heart burn pain, cough, difficult swollen food. Now I have stoped the drug 4 days, but I only can drink fluid. Any solid food cause me severe chest pain.
After taking the Clindamycin Capsules, I have nausea then it feels as if my chest is about to burst open, like i am about to choke which lasts at least 3 hours. I never felt like this in my life. Help!
Clindamycin has caused me such horrible heartburn. It effects everything I drink or eat. I have burning in my throat and tightness in my chest tonight as well. My ears itch and burn deep inside them and they are red and hot to the touch. Horrible fee
Clindamycin is a safe medicine. If you have an abcess or tooth infection it can be VERY dangerous to NOT take the antibiotic. You can alleviate a lot of the stomach discomfort by taking high quality PRO-BIOTICS and consuming a LOT of unsweetened yo
Does clindamycin interact with Fentanyl or "industrial-strength" diuretics? Is it possible for clindamycin by itself, or with one of the other 2, or both, to cause a sleep that is almost like unconciousness? My Dad had this happen recently
Have been taking clindamycin for 10 days now, I am usually very sensitive to antibiotics, have been loading myself up with pro-biotics which has helped, I do have quite a sore throat from it though bu it is bearable
Hello. I went to a Dentist for "Tooth Infection". I was prescribed Clindamycin. It has been 9 days since I stopped taking the medication. About every 3 days I get stomach pain, then diarhea. I have also had flatulance. My only
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