Dificid

Last Update May 2, 2016
Dificid is an antibiotic.
Other brands: fidaxomicin
Fidaxomicin (trade name Dificid, and previously OPT-80 and PAR-101) is the first in a new class of narrow spectrum Macrocycle an...
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Last Update May 2, 2016
Satisfaction Score
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3.4
Moderately Satisfied
based on 3,839 conversations around the web
Share your experience
Share your experience

What people say about Dificid

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Positive 400 "I relapsed a week after Flagyl, then again a week off Vanco and finally it was a 30-day taper of Dificid ...I believe several other posters have taken Questran/Cholestyramine and can chime in on that.... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 344 "IBS and M Colitis plagued me for months after I came off Dificid. Tests were always negative. ...You can most certainly treat these symptoms and feel better. Check with your Dr. and let us know... "Read more negative discussions
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| Ginette Le Bouffo Becker
I have to say thar after 3 CDIFF a young doctor prescribed dificid for 10 days,3 days in the hospital and 7 days at home, 2 weeks later after 2 cultures I have been cdiff negative.I have nothing but praises for this product.I know that it will take a while for my gut to feel like it used to BUT I am so glad to be free of that terrible disease.

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Facts about Dificid

How do I obtain Dificid?
Prescription in the USA
How do I take Dificid?
Pill
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