Cleocin Action Mechanism
The primary action mechanism of Cleocin is to stop bacterial growth as well as its reproduction through acting as a potent inhibitor of bacterial protein synthesis. Cleocin also prevents the spread of infection by attacking RNA of bacteria, which ultimately results in its death.
Moderation is the key to any effective dosage and hence taking Cleocin as prescribed by your medical professional is mandatory. The normal dosage of Cleocin recommended in many cases of mild to moderate infection ranges from 150mg to 300mg whereas dosage of 300mg to 450mg is prescribed in case of more severe infection, which should be taken every 6 hours without fail.
Cleocin is the best medicament to relieve streptococci as well as staphylococci infections along with wide range of microbial infections. It is also the most widely used medication to combat infections that normal antibiotic drugs are unable to achieve.
Cleocin may surprise you with its faster rate of activity and significant results in less span of time. But some of its precautionary measures should be kept in mind such as avoiding Cleocin if you are pregnant (or planning to become pregnant), breastfeeding, allergic to its active or inactive components or have any kidney or liver ailments, colitis or frequent infections of yeast.
Cleocin Side effects
Common side effects observed by treatment with Cleocin include nausea or vomiting, joint pain, sore throat, vaginal itching, mild skin rash and changes in bowel habits. These symptoms generally do not require any medical help.
Whereas serious side effects of Cleocin as reported in some extreme cases include watery or bloody diarrhea, symptoms of flu such as fever, chills or body pain; jaundice, unusual bleeding or bruising and also skin peeling, sores and rash. If any of these symptoms are observed in your case than report them to your doctor immediately.