300 mg, 150 mg
Active Ingredient: clindamycin
|300 mg, 150 mg|
|600 mg-5%/50 mL|
The recommended adult dose of clindamycin is 150 mg to 450 mg every 6 hours, swallowed whole, with a full glass of water.
This is because the amount of clindamycin in your body may be decreased.
|Contraindicated in patients known to have hypersensitivity to any of the component of the preparation.|
|No maternal toxicity was evident at this dose.|
|Capsules and the LHRH agonist did not add substantially to the toxicity of radiation treatment alone.|
|This medication is not recommended for use during pregnancy unless your doctor has determined that the benefits outweigh the risks.|
|Increased blood pressure can occur and should be monitored.|
|Priligy is only advised for men who ejaculate in less than two minutes of penetration.|
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If you are concerned about side effects, discuss Clindabuc risks and benefits open this medication with your doctor.
Your symptoms and infection should get better. It does not take the place of talking to your doctor or pharmacist.
|Over the counter|