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Rs.130.05/Pack
Rs 153.00

Rs.8.13/capsule

16 capsule(s)/Pack

Pack Size : 1x16's capsule

Rs.153 Total

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Prescription Required

Cling 150mg capsule

Cling 150mg capsule is composed of

Clindamycin (150mg)

Primarily used for

Bacterial infections

Belongs to the category

Macrolide

Precaution:

Patient using this medication should avoid eyes and mucous membrane

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usesUses of Cling

Use of clindamycin is recommended in bacterial vaginosis (vaginal bacterial infections).

side-effectsSide effects of Cling

Patients using this medication may experience dry skin, dermatitis, diarrhea, cervicitis (inflammation of the cervix) and pruritis (itching)

pillsWhen not to use Cling

This medication is contraindicated in lincomycin sensitivity, history of Inflammatory bowel disease (disease of the intestine) or antibiotic-associated colitis (inflammation of the colon)

pills Expert Advice for Cling

Store this medicine in a cool, dry place, away from heat.

Avoid this medication if:

  • You are allergic to this medicine or its contents.

Consult your doctor:

  • If you are pregnant, or breastfeeding.
  • If you have a significant medical history, including ulcerative colitis.
  • If your symptoms are not improving with this medication within the prescribed time.
  • If you have a stomach ache or diarrhea.
  • If you develop a fungal infection that causes itching or white patches.
  • If you experience more vaginal discharge than before.

Be careful about:

  • The use of tampons. This should be avoided, and sanitary napkins that are not scented should be used instead.
  • Intercourse while using this medicine may reduce it's effect. This should be avoided. 
  • Washing with scented soaps, or douches while taking this medication should also be avoided. This might irritate the area. 
  • Try to avoid the cream contacting the eyes. If this does happen, wash with cold running water immediately. If your eye still feels red, or burns/itches, contact your doctor.

 

How to apply:

  • Insert the applicator (with the medicine in it) into the vagina (as far as it would be comfortable)
  • Push the plunger slowly, to release the cream.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and warm water after use.
  • Either use another applicator the next time, or rinse this applicator with warm water and soap.
  • Try to lie down after applying it to keep the medicine in place

Q: Is this drug an antibiotic?
Q: Will this medicine interfere with the use of condoms?
Q: How often should I take this medicine?
Q: Can I stop taking this medicine if I feel better?
Q: Can I use this drug for any fungal infection?

Warnings

  • pregnant

    Pregnancy

    No definitive data regarding pregnancy is available, therefore consult your doctor before using this medication

  • mother

    Breast Feeding

    The effect of this medication is undetermined in nursing females. Consult your doctor for advice

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