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Cleocin T User Reviews

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Cleocin T User Reviews

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Here is a collection of user reviews for the medication Cleocin T sorted by most helpful. Patient Discussions FAQs

    Comment from: 19-24 (Patient) Published: March 03

    This product has really worked for me. As son as I run out, it unfortunately begin to worsen. BUT, what I like is unlike some other products, it works even after the break in use. It also doesn't take as long to begin clearing your acne up. I really love this product and I go to doctors to ask for this. If it stops working, then I'll ask for recommendations. But for now, nothink else for me thanks!

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    Comment from: CoreysWifey, 13-18 on Treatment for 6 months - 1 year (Patient) Published: March 08

    I Love this medicine! It worked so well for my acne! My acne did get a little worse a week after i started using it, but my doctor said that is expected. By the third week my acne was GONE! I still get maybe 1 or 2 small pimples during my period but that will happen because thats what a womens body does during a menstraul cycle, and anyway the small breakout is not as bad as what I use to get during my period. I would recomend Clindamycin to anyone who has acne and has tried other medications and products and there body failed to responed to other treatments. Although, there is one miracle drug called Accutane that is almost 100% guaranteed if taken correctly your acne will disappear completly. Although i would say try Clindamycin before you think about takin Accutane because Accutane has very serious side effects. Accutane is very harsh on your body. a small amount of Accutane users have died, had liver damage, developed depression and alot of other serious side effects. My brother took Accutane as a teen and it did clear up his acne but he was left with huge Keloids on his chest once he stopped taking it. These Keloids had no cure for him. He went to a large amount of doctors, even surgeons to have them cut out but they just grew back. There are exactly 32 of them on his chest, they are raised red bumps the size of a human thumb and bleed often. His Dermotologist believes Accutane did cause them. The sad thing is they will never go away! So please make sure you try everything for acne before you try Accutane. It may not give you what my brother had or any side effects at all, but it all depends on your body. Although there is no way to know till you try.

    Related Reading: Clindamycin | Accutane | liver

    Comment from: Ashtara, 35-44 on Treatment for 1-2 years (Patient) Published: January 03

    When I was in my teenage years and in my twenties (that was 20 years ago), I had bad acne and I wore a lot of make up to cover up the redness and the unsightly look of acne and pimples. Of course, everybody can tell I'm just trying to cover up bad skin. I started using cleocin topical and it started to clear up. Within a week, I felt and saw the difference. I was wearing less and less make up because my skin looked good. I stopped wearing foundation all together. It became part of my daily regimen for years. I had five other people get the prescription for themselves, and they loved it!

    Comment from: scarry drug, 35-44 Female on Treatment for 2-5 years (Patient) Published: September 08

    I used this and it helped a little with acne. It was hard to use at times, could not get product to come out of container at times. It also was suspected by my wifes DR to be the cause of her immuno response and her Steven Johnsons Syndrome. It almost killed her.

    Comment from: 19-24 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient) Published: September 23

    I have literally tried every popular acne medication out there and after that failed, I tried to go organic like lemon+honey. However, I always broke out in the end. I went to a dermatologist and he prescribed me clindamycin pads. After 2 days, my acne went down like crazy..I still have alot to go but I have never seen a product work on my skin that well before. It has only been 2 days but hopefully, this medication continues to work on my face! I hate acne!

    Comment from: LeaGreene, 25-34 on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient) Published: November 02

    Looks like from what I hear and redd it should work. My doc put me on it today along with Differin gel, we'll see. Anything I should avoid or not do cuz of it?

    Comment from: dukeof detroit, 65-74 Female (Patient) Published: October 13

    used to treat in scalp hair pimples, sweat pumps?? one morning application after shower always stops infection it is a 1% solution and i have used it for several years. between oral antibiotics and this solution stopped and originally very troubling condition now only use topical on occational single bump reoccurece.

    Comment from: 45-54 on Treatment for less than 1 month Published: May 21

    Used for folliculitis and worked wonders. A great medication to use locally instead of something systemically.

    Related Reading: folliculitis

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