Side effects of dalacin cream

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Dalacin cream is used for the treatment of vaginitis, which is usually caused by vaginal infections. According to Dr. Philip Owen, a consultant obstetrician and gynecologist, vaginitis means an inflammation of the vagina. Vaginitis may also be caused by allergies to certain products such as perfume, rubber in some condoms or soap. Dalacin has many side effects.

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Function

Dalacin cream relieves the symptoms of vaginitis such as the itching or burning sensation in the vagina, or discomfort passing urine or during sex. The active ingredient in Dalacin is Clindamycin, which is also an antibiotic product. This product is capable of stopping microorganisms and bacteria from multiplying inside the vagina.

Effects

Dalacin cream has some possible side effects. It may affect the users in many different ways, according to the individual's specific condition. Some users have experienced headaches resulting from its use. It is unclear how the headache is connected to the use of the cream. Dalacin cream may also cause skin rashes in some.

Diarrhoea and Heartburn

Dalacin cream can also cause diarrhoea. There are other users who have experienced heartburn symptoms after using this product. A few users of Dalacin cream have also experienced dizziness.

Vaginal Irritations

Dalacin cream use has also resulted in cases of vaginal irritations, gastric discomfort and stomach constipations. Another possible side effect of Dalacin is irritation of the lining of the cervix. Others have experienced inflammation of the uterus.

Warning

All women are advised to avoid using Dalacin cream while they are pregnant, particularly during their first trimester of pregnancy. This same advice goes to women who are breast feeding. It is always suggested that anyone under these conditions consult with their primary physician prior to using Dalacin cream.

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