Will Clindesse be dangerous for baby if you are pregnant?
I have a relative that was prescribed Clindesse and a antibiotic when she was pregnant (because her Pap Test showed an infection.) The prescription was called in by a nurse and she took the medicine as prescribed. Later in the day the doctors office called back and said they didn't realize she was pregnant when...
Asked by Nenita Hire 4 months ago.
I have a relative that was prescribed Clindesse and a antibiotic when she was pregnant (because her Pap Test showed an infection.) The prescription was called in by a nurse and she took the medicine as prescribed. Later in the day the doctors office called back and said they didn't realize she was pregnant when they ordered that particular medication, and that it wasn't suppose to be used by pregnant women. But it should be o.k......Has anyone else been prescribed this before (when pregnant- 2nd trimester) Thank You Answered by Barton Amory 4 months ago.
This is from Durgs.com Before Using This Medicine In deciding to use a medicine, the risks of taking the medicine must be weighed against the good it will do. This is a decision you and your doctor will make. For Clindesse, the following should be considered: Allergies? Tell your doctor if you have ever had any unusual or allergic reaction to clindamycin or lincomycin (e.g., Lincocin). Also tell your health care professional if you are allergic to any other substances, such as foods, preservatives, or dyes. Pregnancy? Clindesse is used during the second or third trimester of pregnancy. It was found to cause birth defects in one strain of mouse, but has not caused problems in other animals. Clindesse has not been reported to cause birth defects or other problems in humans. Before taking this medicine, make sure your doctor knows if you are pregnant or if you may become pregnant. Breast-feeding? It is not known whether Clindesse used vaginally passes into the breast milk. Clindamycin taken by mouth does pass into the breast milk and has not been reported to cause problems in nursing babies. Although most medicines pass into the breast milk in small amounts, many of them may be used safely while breast-feeding. Mothers who are using this medicine and who wish to breast-feed should discuss this with their doctor. Children? Studies on this medicine have been done only in adult patients, and there is no specific information comparing use of Clindesse in children with use in other age groups. Older adults? Many medicines have not been studied specifically in older people. Therefore, it may not be known whether they work exactly the same way they do in younger adults or if they cause different side effects or problems in older people. There is no specific information comparing use of Clindesse in the elderly with use in other age groups. Other medicines? Although certain medicines should not be used together at all, in other cases two different medicines may be used together even if an interaction might occur. In these cases, your doctor may want to change the dose, or other precautions may be necessary. Tell your health care professional if you are taking or using any other prescription or nonprescription (over-the-counter [OTC]) medicine. Other medical problems? The presence of other medical problems may affect the use of Clindesse. Make sure you tell your doctor if you have any other medical problems, especially: Stomach or intestinal disease, history of (especially colitis, including colitis caused by antibiotics, or enteritis)? Patients with a history of stomach or intestinal disease may have an increased chance of side effects including diarrhea Answered by Krissy Fahrenthold 4 months ago.
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Please Help. Has anyone used clindesse and how do you use it?
Asked by Jaime Girote 4 months ago.
Clindesse another name for a medication called Clindamyacin is a medication that comes in cream form and is inserted in to the vagina at bed time to try and control a kind of infection called Bacterial vaginosis. The medication is inserted with a special tube called an applicator. I have used Clindamyacin before and have found it helpful to me in the past. Answered by Deloras Difusco 4 months ago.
Its kinda like using a tampon or douche. First, pull the stem out.(the end WITHOUT the cream) -- not completely out so that it comes apart, just far enough out that it is still attached to the applicator. Then you insert the applicator as far as it will go or as far as it will feel comfortable for you, and then push the stem of the applicator to inject the cream into your vagina. And thats it. You wont even feel it. I have used it before so trust me, it's not hard at all! Answered by Octavio Eickman 4 months ago.
Ladies, how do i apply clindesse?
i need to hear from someone who's used this or is knowledgeble. it's a vaginal cream. my doctor prescribed this to me but i didn't get directions on it. she just said to put it on b4 i went to bed. it's a tube looking thing with cream inside. i think you put it up there and squeeze......but do...
Asked by Candie Kinslow 4 months ago.
i need to hear from someone who's used this or is knowledgeble. it's a vaginal cream. my doctor prescribed this to me but i didn't get directions on it. she just said to put it on b4 i went to bed. it's a tube looking thing with cream inside. i think you put it up there and squeeze......but do i just apply all once? or what? please help oh and can i still have sex? if not. until when? Answered by Eliana Gatta 4 months ago.
I'm knowledgeable, but never used it myself. I'm assuming you were given Clindesse because of bacterial vaginosis, right? If so, the bacteria from this infection can be spread to your sexual partner. He will then have the bacteria and reinfect you, so you should abstain from sex until your infection has cleared (presumably after the course of treatment your doctor prescribed). AS for application, you insert it like a tampon and push the plunger to deposit the med. in the vagina. They are already measured doses, so yes, you apply it all at once. Hope this helps. Answered by Rita Barren 4 months ago.
Clindesse side effects?
My doc perscribed me Clindesse and I've been using clindesse once a week for 3 weeks..Since I started using it,I've been having very tick, white discharge with mild smell.. Should I be worried , or is it usual ?
Asked by Leatha Nestico 4 months ago.
Clindesse Side Effects Answered by Danial Ficchi 4 months ago.
Has anyone(women) used clindesse? did it work for you and how much did it cost you? it cost me 50.00 for 1dose
Asked by Ha Vandewater 4 months ago.
I have used Clindesse under the name Clindamyacin to treat an infection called bacterial vaginosis before and have had pretty good results. As for the cost of it thru my insurance I think it was about $5 or $10 (because of the way my insurance plan is set up) but it's been so long since I used it I don't remember the exact price right now. Answered by Vannesa Loewer 4 months ago.
Has anyone taken Clindesse? ?
It is not a birth control method. It is an antibiotic.
Asked by Bobbye Lajoye 4 months ago.
Hello, I was just prescribed this about 3 weeks ago. I wouldn't be nervous. It did not cause me more problems and it was quite painless to take, one applicator full at bedtime. The only problem is it is extremely expensive, I have insurance and it still cost $50! Hope this info helps you! Good luck! The link below shows another question I've answered about Clindesse. Answered by Ara Ferrone 4 months ago.
this was one of the meds my doctor recommended however i forget to take pills regularly so she gave me the nuvaring, its inserted vaginally and you leave it if for about 3 weeks before removing, it will lesson your period and is effective. Answered by Stanford Steinauer 4 months ago.