Clindamycin

Last Update February 13, 2016
Clindamycin International Nonproprietary Name is a lincosamides antibiotic. It is usually used to treat infections with anaerobic org...
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for my acne it's a gel that has helped clear me up...
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" I was suffering acne BAD!! I've been showering twice a day now, morning ...making sure to clean my back well. My doctor gave me clindamycin for my acne it's a gel that has helped clear me up nicely!... "

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lindamycin lotion for my acne. It works alright, but i...
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" clindamycin with bp Hi everybody i'm ...using clindamycin lotion for my acne. It works alright, but i was wondering if i could apply the clindamycin lotion, and... "

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r a few days my acne was under control and I just ha...
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" Okay, thanks The Cetaphil could be the reason why i've been breaking out, when I was just on the... "

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while i was on clindamycin topcial for acne and that worked...
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" ...sensitive soap? i used to use that while i was on clindamycin topcial for acne and that worked great. maybe i need to start back on that.... "

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cne but then my skin got use to it and it stopped working a...
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" Clindamycin I have moderate acne and was on Clindamycin. It was amazing and cleared up all my acne but then my skin got use to it and it stopped working at all. Is there anything... "

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April. It took 2 weeks for my acne to start clearing up and...
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" ...It took 2 weeks for my acne to start clearing up and 4 weeks for my acne to stop all together. My doctor recommended that I continue to use Clindamycin for 8 weeks after my acne cleared. So I stopped... "

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clindamycin, or I would try this topical. Clindamycin made...
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" ...and clindamycin topical for acne. Glad it has worked for you. Are you saying that the size of your nose actually shrank with this? Usually, rosaceans get irritated and red from benzoyl peroxide. I am... "

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aul. I have acne issues and the Clindamycin topical ge...
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" I am glad you are doing better. That is an awsome haul. I have acne issues and the Clindamycin topical gel works very well. I am surrently using EL Aeromatte powder with very good results so... "

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but it's worth it. My acne has stopped coming but there...
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" ...but it's worth it. My acne has stopped coming but there is still a huge scar which I am getting removed on Nov. 1st. You should really look into it. Also try a topical cream called clindamycin. That... "

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% clindamycin for my mild acne. I used it on my entire f...
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" ...with 1% clindamycin for my mild acne. I used it on my entire face. It worked very well, I saw changes after 1 week and in 1 month I was clear. However after 3 months some zits started to appear and I... "

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Taken for: Acne, Infection, MRSA, Bacterial Vaginosis*
Other names: Cleocin, Dalacin T, Cleocin T, Evoclin, Clindagel
Prescribing mode: Rx
*Off Label
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