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I've got the burning hot itchy rash at least two days now, especially on my hands and fingers which are now blotchy red spotted, have had the diarrhea episodes, and the feeling of sadness and depression. I'm riding it. I wish I'd known about this before I took it. Was prescribed by my dentist.

It started on the palms of my hands, spread to my fingers and thumbs and became really intense and severe, and in the couple days since it began the rash has traveled up my wrist, is on the nape of my neck under my hairline, is under my hair, is between my boobies and on my chest & misc spots on arms and leg.

Trying to rub or scratch it just makes it more intense and miserable.

Wouldn't wish it on anyone.

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Clindamycin Side Effects Can Be Serious
June 21, 2009 in Pharmacy Q&A

Q. For an abscessed tooth, I was given a prescription antibiotic called clindamycin. Ever since I took it, I have had unremitting diarrhea. Now my dentist wants me to see a gastroenterologist. Is there anything else I can do before going to a specialist?

A. Please make an appointment with a gastroenterologist immediately. Clindamycin can trigger dangerous diarrhea by allowing bad bacteria called Clostridium difficile (C. diff) to flourish. We don't want to worry you, but this condition could be lethal if left untreated.

You will find a great many comments below that are extremely interesting.

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Camilla and Dan | June 25, 2009 1:59 PM | Reply

Urgent Message from Portland to the abscessed tooth person:
My husband Dan took the same drug clindamycin for a infection on his leg and had the same symptoms with the non stop diarrhea and did get C-Difficle. Nine days in critical condition and 41 days total in the hospital and rehabilitation. He lost his large intestine and gall bladder. He has an illestomy now. Please inform your readers. It has drastically changed his life. Thanks, Camilla and Dan


Mom | June 27, 2009 7:39 PM | Reply

I read with interest the comments concerning diarrhea and C. Diff. My 25yo daughter was having digestive issues and had an endoscopy to help diagnose the problem. Within days she developed worsening, unrelenting diarrhea. Thinking it was a gastrointestional virus or part of her stomach problem, she suffered through it for nearly 2-3 weeks. Finally after losing weight and being unable to eat without rushing to the bathroom, she called her family doctor. She saw a partner in the practice who immediately suspected C. Diff after learning of the endoscopy procedure. (Apparently, this is how the C. Diff infection was introduced.)

A stool culture was ordered for confirmation. It would be through the weekend, though, before the results were in. The first stool culture was negative. The doctor ordered a second culture. Again, it would take a couple of days for the results. For a long time, I had been trying to get my daughter to try eating yogurt to help with her stomach problems and now her diarrhea. Finally, after the false negative culture result, I convinced her to try it.

The brand of yogurt I have always eaten is Stonyfield. She ate 3-4 servings per day until the results from the second culture were back. This time it was positive for C. Diff. But her diarrhea had stopped! The doctor prescribed appropriate medication just to be on the safe side. My daughter was astounded by the effect eating yogurt had had on her C. Diff infection. Her doctor was amazed as well and took note of the Stonyfield yogurt effect!

He now recommends it for his patients. Needless to say, we continue to eat this particular yogurt regularly. My daughter's stomach issues have improved significantly. I really feel that Stonyfield yogurt was literally a lifesaver for my daughter and I pass the word to everyone I know. Maybe this can help others as well.


Jen | July 1, 2009 3:02 PM | Reply

I had the same problem after taking clindamycin. Probiotics did not help me. My gastroenterologist did tests for all sorts of pathogens (including Clostridium) and eventually she recommended a colonoscopy. That also found nothing wrong, but following the procedure, my diarrhea cleared up (expensive treatment? coincidence? who knows, but I'm much better now).


Bud | July 14, 2009 7:28 AM | Reply

Thank you for printing the letter re clindamycin. I had a far more serious reaction to the drug. Why is it still on the market and why do dentists prescribe it?

I had a root canal done at the end of January of this year. The dentist prescribed clindamycin. I began to have serious diarrhea and three days later called 911 and the paramedics took me to the hospital. After I was examined in their emergency department, they transported me by ambulance to Kaiser Hospital.

I spent a week in the hospital with C. diff and finally went home with a prescription for Vancomycin. This prescription was for a six week period, followed by an additional six week session and when the diarrhea returned again, for an additional six week session. I think I am finally on the way to recovery. It was interesting to see that this wasn't an isolated case.


sephina | August 9, 2009 4:31 PM | Reply

I am taking clindamycin as a preventative measure, after a tooth extraction. It seems I feel really terrible within about 20 minutes of taking it. I get very tired, achy, mild sore throat and ear pain. It may be from the extracted tooth, but maybe not, because it wasn't infected and is healing normally.

I have also felt depressed. Are these side effects reported with this antibiotic? All I see are diarrhea/GI side effects. Thanks.


MK | September 5, 2009 9:29 AM | Reply

I had an infection in a tooth and the dentist prescribed Clindamycin. Awful stuff. Every time I took a dose I got sick to my stomach if I didn't make sure to eat crackers with it. It took almost the entire week of dosage to make the toothache go away. I took the last pill two days ago.

Now, I have terrible diarrhea and skin that feels like it's on fire with a rash that is getting worse. The itching is unbearable. I had researched the possible side effects when I first got the prescription and started taking pro-biotics right away to make sure that I didn't get the diarrhea. Obviously, that didn't work. Thanks much to the "Mom" who wrote to tell about the yogurt. My husband is on his way to the store now.

I found a site that shows the results of 12 clinical trials for Clindamycin. Of the 126 people who participated in the trials, 62 ended up with diarrhea. 80 ended up with an itchy rash.
WHY IS THIS STILL ON THE MARKET???


NS | September 12, 2009 10:46 PM | Reply

I was prescribed Clindamycin following a root canal and had to stop the medication after 4 days due to severe heart burn (that was stated as a possible serious side effect in the info given to me by the pharmacist). After stopping the medication it took a couple of days for the heartburn to subside. 2 1/2 weeks later I had diarrhea, fever, chills, and body aches and presumed I was getting the flu.

The other symptoms subsided within a few days but the diarrhea continued for a week. After see my doctor she confirmed it was C difficle as a result of the Clindamycin. She now prescribed Flagyl for the C difficle.


WP | September 17, 2009 5:58 PM | Reply

I had an IV of Clindamycin in the ER followed by a ten day course of the antibiotic to clear up an ear infection.

I developed diarrhea within a few days of taking the drug but was instructed I needed to continue the full course of the drug.

One week after treatment was still having diarrhea and abdominal discomfort, I was put on Flagyl (metronidazole) for ten days. The diarrhea disappeared within three days and abdominal pain subsided. I was put on the BRAT diet Bananas, Rice, Yogurt and Tea. It was all I could eat.

Three days after the Flagyl treatment the diarrhea and abdominal discomfort, now severe reappeared. A stool test was then done negative for C Diff.

I was put back on Flagyl for 21 days. I was sent for a Cat Scan, which revealed minor issues but no outstanding problems. I was then sent for a colonoscopy which again revealed nothing outstanding. Biopsy taken from colon was negative. Blood work for other potential conditions all negative.

Still not right a week after colonscopy was put back on Flagyl again for 10 days and currently still on, abdominal pain minimal, no diarrhea, but gastro system still not functioning properly.

Be careful very careful when prescribed Clindamycin.


Sandy | October 16, 2009 8:19 PM | Reply

My 19 yo college-aged son was rxed Clindamycin by a podiatrist after tx for his foot infection. He has Type 1 Diabetes (insulin pump) since age 9 and also Hypothyroidism. WELL he had a severe allergic reaction with full body rash and general weakness. That was over 2 months ago...

We've tried acidophilus and Florastor...no help.... His appetite post-rx decreased rapidly and he has lost 15 lbs in 2 months, also had increased fatigue, muscle weakness and diarrhea. Now his MDs are saying that due to severe reaction, this may have triggered onset of Addison's disease and/or diabetic gastroparesis. As you can guess we are VERY DISTRAUGHT about why this happened and why this medication remains on the market!!!

HELP! Words cannot express how badly I feel about bringing my diabetic son to the podiatrist and having this happen. PLEASE BAN THIS MEDICATION ASAP!!!


Ron from NJ | October 18, 2009 10:32 PM | Reply

I had a bad tooth infection (the dentist wanted to pull the tooth), and I couldn't eat much with the tooth pain. He prescribed Clindamycin. I'm relatively stubborn 44 year old with a rock hard gut. Around the same time I was taking the Clindamycin, I was constipated, some diarrhea, and horrible cramping.

I wasn't allergic to antibiotics so I didn't think of that. I ate prunes, fiber and anything to relieve the constipation, but it caused more pain. My wife wanted me to go to the hospital, but I didn't think it was serious enough. Then it felt like someone shot a flaming spear through my lower left abdomen (that floored me), and I had my wife call 911.

I had been on other medications for other conditions, and told the hospital that I never had so much as a stomach ache and that the only new drug was the clindamycin. They admitted me and found I had a perforation in my colon that led to diverticulitis.

I spent 6 days in the hospital, then I changed doctors and got a stronger antibiotic. The pain subsided so I said that I wanted to go home. The put a pick line in my arm (a tube for the IV), that leads near the heart. I plug Zyson antibiotics into it and run the tube down my shirt and in my pocket (the cannister has gas in it).

I've been out of the hospital for almost 3 weeks with no pain, but I can't eat normal food, I'm still on antibiotic IVs, I've gotten 5 CT Scans (like 400 X-rays each), and it shows improvement, but a way to go, so I have no idea when this will be over. I figured today that I would check on this drug, and although it wasn't exactly the side effect listed, and I'm not 100% sure the drug caused it, I don't know what to do. Even though I'm out of the hospital, I can't do anything heavy with my good arm because it tears the pick line out.

I never had an intestinal issue in my life, and judging by the posts here, I can't think of anything else, but if anyone knows of side effects like this, please let me know.

Thanks


JM | October 31, 2009 10:06 AM | Reply

I was prescribed clindamycin for a tooth abscess, which cleared up right away. I took yogurt with it from the start, so had no major problems until I finished the prescription. I then developed heartburn (severe) and a rash, which cleared up with treatment. However, my digestive system has now been messed up for 4 months.

I have had a colonoscopy and several lab tests. No colitis was found, but I am still having frequency, despite daily probiotics and daily immodium. Now I have developed arthritic pain in places I never had it before. Does anyone know if there could be a connection between the clindamycin and joint pain?


Kandra | November 6, 2009 1:03 AM | Reply

I was given Clindamycin after a tooth extraction. I now wish I had the tooth back. At first the rash and I went right to the doctor, she threw the pills away and said the rash would probable get worse before it got better. 3 days latter my husband dragged me to the doctors again (sometimes having a high threshold of pain works against you). I had been in bed for 2 days and he says he went to bed with his wife and woke up with Barney the Dinosaur.

The rash was from head to toe, the itching unbearable. The Doctor sent me straight to the emerg. One look and they hooked me right up to an I.V. full of steroids. This got me out of bed but did not change the rash much. Then they had to check for kidney and liver failure. So far so good.

They sent me home that night and told me to come back the next day. That day I was told my urine had blood and other deposits in it, and they were going to give more steroids but it raised my blood sugar too high. They say maybe 2 weeks or so for the rash to go away . Yes, really wish I had that old tooth back now. ITCH ITCH ITCH.


Dial | November 6, 2009 7:30 PM | Reply

I have been taking 300mg of Clindamycin a day for 6 months now, to try and prevent a recurring gland infection. I read similar awful accounts about this drug online beforehand, so have been taking probiotic yogurt daily and have had no problems other than going to toilet half an hour after taking each pill.

Believe me, it took some guts to take it after reading reports like this, but the infection is serious and deadly and the other antibiotics were not suitable, and I'm here to balance out the other reports, as some people have no choice but to try it.

Obviously some people have terrible side effects and should stop clindamycin immediately - I'd recommend they also take probiotics for months afterwards too. It is a fact of life that all drugs have serious side effects for some people, and if there is a lesson to be learned, it is this - only take drugs that are absolutely necessary and be on the lookout and on google for side effects. Believe me, my family learned the hard way with Zyrtec.



SSS | November 16, 2009 3:39 AM | Reply

I was given CLINDAMYCIN after having a root canal. I developed a horrible vaginal itching almost at once. I thought this was a "typical" yeast infection caused by taking antibiotics so I tried to treat it myself with eating yogurt and using Monostat to NO AVAIL. What agony. I would take the tooth pain back gladly as I feel there are ants crawling all over me.

Nothing helps. Not multiple soaks in the tub, cold compresses.... nothing. Of course I stopped taking the evil drugs but just 5 pills have me in utter misery.


JWA | November 23, 2009 2:21 PM | Reply

My husband doesn't have the diarrhea side effect, but since being prescribed clindamycin in June, he has been miserable with increased bloating and gas. Our primary care physician dismissed it as "swallowed air," but we're convinced it's more serious than that. He has eaten yogurt and is taking probiotics, but it doesn't seem to be helping. Last night the burping changed to hiccups that lasted for several hours. I'm thinking we need to see a gastroenterologist.


kg | November 25, 2009 10:14 PM | Reply

I was given topical clindamycin for acne. After being on it for 4 months I started getting depressed. I felt tired all the time. Then I started having severe bloating. After a few weeks of those things, the severe abdominal pain and bloody stools started. ( normally I am a very healthy person with a lot of energy) After reading about the side effects of clindamycin, I called the pharmacist and told her what was happening.

She said it wouldn't happen if I was taking a topical form of clindamycin. I told her indeed, I was having these severe reactions from taking the topical drug. After realizing the antibiotic was destroying the "good bacteria" in my system and leaving the dangerous bacteria to thrive and create all sorts of havoc in my system, I stopped putting it on my face and I also started eating yogurt and taking probiotics. A few days have gone by. So far, I am feeling much better.
Please beware of this drug.


Nan replied to comment from Mom | November 27, 2009 8:45 AM | Reply

I am about the same age as your daughter and I got prescribed this medication for teeth problems, I just started it this morning but it looks like I will NOT be taking it again and will be asking for a different medication!


JM | November 27, 2009 10:42 AM | Reply

Can the diarrhea side effect happen 2 months after going off Clyndamycin?

PEOPLE'S PHARMACY RESPONSE: C. DIFF ASSOCIATED DIARRHEA COULD START SEVERAL WEEKS AFTER STOPPING CLINDAMYCIN. WE DON'T KNOW ABOUT 2 MONTHS.


DM | December 5, 2009 8:13 PM | Reply

I'm a 30 year old healthy active athletic male.

One month ago, I was prescribed Clindamycin for my root canal as an alternative to Penicillin. I took 2 pills just before leaving the dentists office. Not even 10 minutes into my drive home, I could tell my stomach was uneasy.

I started having diarrhea that same day and up to 6 times per day.

Even though my prescription was only for one week, I still have diarrhea everyday and it's been one month later.

I've lost about 8 lbs in one month and to be honest I'm very slender as it is so I'm not trying to lose any weight. I eat normally but everything (even liquids like chamomile tea) triggers the runs.

The difference between what I'm experiencing and what others report is that I don't have any abdominal cramping and I don't feel weak or tired. Just loose stools for now.

I"m going to see a doctor next week because I'm worried that by not doing anything I'm going to cause irreparable damage to my intestines.


SD | December 5, 2009 10:39 PM | Reply

I am having severe heartburn from Clyndamycin and trouble swallowing (very painful). I am wondering how dangerous this is?


E LOVE replied to comment from SD | January 5, 2010 5:12 PM | Reply

I'm having the same issue with the heartburn. This is my 4th pill. I'm done with this....


ay | January 8, 2010 12:17 PM | Reply

I was experiencing severe acne problems and was prescribed clindamycin 300mg to be taken once a day at night after meal. After one week I felt sharp pains in my chest, lungs, heart that I can't eat, sleep or go to college. There's no diarrhea though. The doctor told to stop taking the medicine for 2 days but even after one week the pain is still there and my acne is worse. Will the yogurt help?


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| January 8, 2010 10:55 PM | Reply

I have been taking clindamycin for two days. I don't have any stomach problems. But I do have depression, flu symptoms and no appetite. I will not be taking anymore after tonight and plan on starting a probiotic and liver cleanse tomorrow.


MSK | January 13, 2010 1:38 AM | Reply

My dentist prescribed clindamycin for a tooth infection. It took care of that in short order but caused a case of diarrhea that has lasted from thanksgiving until today January 12th. I have spent $175 in blood and stool tests to try to determine what was the matter with me.

The c diff test came back negative but the health practitioner suspected it was a false negative and prescribed flagyl to see if that would clear up the diarrhea. It did so within two days of starting treatment!

I guess clindamycin is about the only option for people allergic to penicillin; but now I know watch out for. Good luck to you out there, I hope this helps.
Mark


Kim | January 15, 2010 1:05 PM | Reply

I was prescribed clindamycin for a tooth extraction. I am not allergic to penicillin so I don't know why it was given to me. I received NO warning about this and was on painkillers afterward.

Three weeks later, I was in ICU in septic shock with diarrhea, fever and blood pressure in the 50s with the mean in the 30s and 40s. No blood was getting to my organs and they were beginning to shut down.

I am so grateful to be here to be able to write this. I am really wondering why this is allowed to be given out. I was taking probiotics with it but it almost killed me anyway.

Honestly, I am so upset right now that I have contacted a lawyer. Something needs to be done. Dentists give this out too freely. Who knew having a tooth removed could kill you? I am home now recovering and I pray that this is not something that I will have to live with forever.

Beware of clindamycin and help spread the word that this drug needs to be banned. C-diff is a highly contagious disease and the causes need to be stopped and clindamycin is one of the biggest.


cincerity | January 15, 2010 3:53 PM | Reply

Shaking my head, I can not believe this medicine is dispensed so casually. Yes I understand that there it is the best treatment for certain infections but it really doesn’t appear to be necessary in a lot of cases and if more commonplace drugs, such as penicillin had been used there would never be an issue, not to mention how much less expensive the penicillin treatment is.

And speaking for myself it was prescribed to me for abscessed teeth by a dentist who had taken over the practice of my previous dentist who used to prescribe penicillin for me. Point being, I really didn’t do my job in checking it out first or asking questions, I just went and got it filled. The dentist had instructed me to double the first two doses so we could jump start the drug in my system.

Tuesday, January 5th I took the first double dose in the evening, and did sit upright for actually about an hour as the pharmacist and the bottle labels both cautioned not to lie down within a half an hour of taking it. I then proceeded to bed and in less than hour was awakened by a very weird nightmare and god awful pain across my entire chest and shoulders, along with burning all through my upper digestive system.

I spent hours sitting upright trying to quell the "heartburn" I was experiencing but eventually did manage to return to bed avowing to be even more careful with the next dose I took, thinking of course that the problem had to have been with me and not yet associating the nightmare with the drug.

Next morning I take the second double dose as instructed and headed off to work tired from the rough night but still at that point thinking it must have been just me. Now as I am walking into the office building I work in I realize that the top part of my thighs ached like they had been beaten mercilessly during the night. So I am thinking, wow, okay, this is not going be a nice day. That evening I immediately take just a single dose when I get home from work, right at dinner so I can insure I will be upright for several hours before going to bed but the same thing happens again, chest and shoulder pain, aching thighs, and weird, weird nightmares that were so unsettling that they themselves would have been enough to ruin ones sleep.

The next morning, Thursday, January 7th I can barely walk because of the thigh pain and I decide I am taking no more after having done multiple searches online and seen that indeed some very dire things can and do happen with this drug. Now I would have hoped that this was the end of it and my body would commence to getting back to normal now but par to the worst was to come.

This drug decided to attack my renal gland and I know I am not explaining it right but consequentially because of the inflammation that caused and the weakening of the surrounding muscle I ended up with 4 sprains in my back, very painful sprains I might add. I am now undergoing acupuncture w/electrostim as treatment because the chiro says I am so inflamed he can not do an adjustment. Additionally icing several times a day and taking anti-inflammatories has brought relief to a degree where I can at least sleep for about 4 hours at a time.

Today is Friday the 15th and I am still having the weird nightmares and really wonder how long will it take for this to completely get out of my system and what can I do on a lay level to facilitate that?

p.s. Yes I am working in conjunction with dentist, general practioner, and the chiro for the most optimal solutions.


Joe | January 17, 2010 6:03 PM | Reply

I had acute pharangitis in my throat, and was prescribed penacillin. My throat began to feel better, and i finished the course of antibiotics and all was well. A week later, I woke up in the middle of the night, barely able to swallow or breathe. Went to the base E.R. No fever, no other symptoms besides the insane throat pain.

After being admitted they did a CT scan and concluded that not all of the pharangitis had been killed by the penacillin and I now had a peritonsullar abscess within my tonsil. The procedure was the most awful pain i ever felt. A needle in the back of my throat 5 times, and syringes full of pus came out of my throat. My doc prescribed CLINDAMYCIN to kill the bacteria 7 days ago. The first few days, I actually felt really good, the pain started to go away, my throat felt like it was returning to normal and all was well.

Today marks the 7th and LAST day of treatment. My throat feels 100% again, but unfortunately about 3 days ago I started noticing very soft, foul smelling stool. Nausea, slight fever (99.4) and semi sharp pains in my right abdomen just below the ribs. The docs don't know what to make of it. I am beginning to get scared now.

I'm active duty military, and I'm TDY going to a school that is very important to me, but if this continues, I fear I may not get to graduate. I say take Clindamycin off the market, although it may help, these side effects arent worth it.


Sara | January 20, 2010 8:53 PM | Reply

I have been taking Clindamycin for a tooth infection before I have a root canal tomorrow and I dread taking every single pill!! I have had the worst abdominal cramping, gas, diarrhea and not to mention the terrible heartburn. After reading everyone's warnings and side effects I am really worried about recovering from this, does anyone recommend a brand or type of probiotics that helped them recover? I would also recommend NOT to drink alcohol while taking Clindamycin!!


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Follow-up:

Just want to say that over the last hour or so the itching has all but stopped (still some but a lot better), my spirits seem to be back, and I'm feeling better. My hands are still full of red blotches and rashy looking.

It's been a miserable few days for the irritation. I've misted my hands with yarrow hydrosol (expensive stuff but had it around), applied calamine lotion, rubbed in Neem anti-itch formula oil... all of which lasted a few minutes at best then that horrible itching started again. I tried drinking a cup of cayenne tea (a tsp of cayenne powder in a cup of hot water) thinking it might be affective as per the rule of homeopathy where you treat a symptom with something that causes that symptom in a healthy person (something like that). I was basing it on the heat I was feeling, especially when I rubbed my hands together when I had the neem formula on it which generated some very hot palms.

It helped a lot, and it lasted longer than the other things I'd tried but not much longer (was probably using some of them at the same time).

I also tried rubbing activated charcoal onto my hands hoping it would draw out any toxins and bring relief which it did not.

What I did today, which is what I think helped most (I feel the itching coming back so think I may want to repeat), was to eat a piece of raw ginger root. I ate it along with a sliced carrot. Ginger is probably better than ibuprofen for inflammation. I've used ginger for inflammation before but previously I grated it and took it by the tablespoon but that was very hard to do. This seemed easier. I'd chase the bits of ginger with carrot and then water.

Time might also be a factor.

It began on my left palm, I can touch the big red spot where it started and the surrounding area without feeling the awful itch and painful irritation.

I'm just glad I read the bottle wrong thinking it said twice a day when it said 4 times a day. I only noticed that today when looking at the bottle again. I think I took it for two days then this started on the third day and I put off taking any more just because.

I may just delete this thread because I hate sharing personal stuff. Just felt like everyone should know about Clindamycin, be warned, and be cautious!
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Thanks very much for sharing, yass, please don't delete the thread as others do need to know.

I would do a mild internal detox, like swallowing charcoal tablets or psyllium husk capsules with a lot of water, this will abosrb toxins from the digestive track.

A bath with a handfull of epsom salts or clay would also draw out toxins.

If you go for the clay bath, please read up on it first, don't make the bath too long or too hot as it can be quite exhausting.

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The desire to itch is over powering,I was recommended a vinegar and olive oil leave on rub,which helps.

Also some inner peace meditation can work including enemy visulisation,in which you imagine being attacked by a human sized insect,Screaming away any pain or wanting to itch.

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Thanks very much for sharing, yass, please don't delete the thread as others do need to know.

I would do a mild internal detox, like swallowing charcoal tablets or psyllium husk capsules with a lot of water, this will abosrb toxins from the digestive track.

A bath with a handfull of epsom salts or clay would also draw out toxins.

If you go for the clay bath, please read up on it first, don't make the bath too long or too hot as it can be quite exhausting.

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Hi Octopus,

Yeah, I thought of taking some of the activated charcoal (I have powder form) in water, just didn't quite get to it. My hands are feeling better like they're on the mend though still some itchy bumps in places and there's a new itchy bump on my leg since I posted last.

Unfortunately, I don't have a bathtub. I haven't had a home with a bath for over 10 years. Just a shower, and believe you me, I miss baths. Have taken very few over the last 10 years, the rare one at a friend's or a relative's here or there. I'm looking forward to the day I have one to soak in once again.

I did just have some more ginger. I also had some Bob's Red Mill baking soda, about 1/2 tsp in a glass of water. I was thinking about what some of the people said about the heartburn they experienced, some of them got it days after they discontinued. I figured it wouldn't hurt whether or not it would have developed. And, I had some raw garlic, grated.

I probably should have had a lemon detox too but that's too much for me now. At least I'm having some good energy today to get some needed work done around my place.
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Yes I ended up in hospital with a severe reaction to clindamycin at one time.

Doesn't affect me any more though. I guess that means I'm clear?

You could try some inner health capsules and check out your diet.

Your body is calling for help.

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Old 19-04-2013, 07:10 AM   #7
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Yes I ended up in hospital with a severe reaction to clindamycin at one time.

Doesn't affect me any more though. I guess that means I'm clear?
You mean to say you had a severe reaction to clindamycin once and then it was given to you and you took it again? I thought once a person experienced an allergic reaction to a drug it wasn't given to them again.

Quick edit - Never mind that. I get it now. Sorry, I'm a little slow. You mean it's not still messin' with your system
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Old 19-04-2013, 07:13 AM   #8
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Yes I ended up in hospital with a severe reaction to clindamycin at one time.

Doesn't affect me any more though. I guess that means I'm clear?

You could try some inner health capsules and check out your diet.

Your body is calling for help.

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Inner health capsules? What are inner health capsules?
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Old 19-04-2013, 07:31 AM   #9
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Yes I had a severe life threatening reaction. That was 5 years ago.

I did some reseach and realised I need to clear out my system of junk, both internally and externally. My physical body, my aura, my thoughts, my everything. My home. My friends. My relationships.

And I cleaned out the clutter on all levels. It took quite a while.

So I went on a journey.

Educated myself about health. Inner health are capsules you purchase from either the health food shop or the chemist and take them. It balances the flora in your intestines. All dis-ease comes from your gut.

Changed the way I ate, what I ate and I also got a good quality water source. I cut out the red meat eventually. Now its just fish and veges and fruit and lots of water etc and even my food intake level has dropped significantly.

Colonic Irrigation for a period of time cleaned out a whole lot.
Past trauma in relation to s.e.x. and all that sort of "stuff".

Yeah, accidently my new gp prescribed some for me a while back, due to a skin complaint which in reality was just the last vestiges of crap getting out and me feeling nervous.

I didn't realise until I had finished the course that I was "allergic" to it. Weird hey.

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Old 19-04-2013, 07:33 AM   #10
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just a thought: camomile tea would be good for you with a drop of organic honey. (I must also get soem more) lol
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hmm just re read your post and another thing, I too had a tooth infection at that time BUT I DIDN'T KNOW that I did...get my meaning?...

could be a link
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Old 19-04-2013, 09:20 AM   #12
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Oh, alright. I'll look into the inner health capsules when I go to the natural foods store again. I'm due to go for more raw honey soon.

About the tooth infection thing, most of those posting at the site where I got the comments were people whose dentists prescribed this medicine to them, but some of the people were prescribed this medicine from their doctors for varying ailments and experienced much the same terrible side effects. Some people reported it was prescribed to them even though they were not allergic to penicillin.

So, did it help the tooth infection you had (even though you didn't know you had it at the time?)

As for tea, I've got a huge 1 lb bag of yarrow tea I purchased a couple months back, and I'd better get to drinking it!

I ran across this reference during my reading travels too, and I may look out for some Burdock tea to try:
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Burdock tea:
Find it in Chinese medicinal stores. Just boil it and drink it a couple times a day. You'll notice the itch dissapear right away, and the bubbles start to disappear after a few days.
Chamomile is always good, especially for calming and relaxing, though I haven't had any in a long while.

I love studying herbs and medicinal plants.
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