Cleocin (Clindamycin). How to buy the drug online?

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Cleocin is used to treat serious infections caused by susceptible anaerobic bacteria such as streptococci, pneumococci, and staphylococci.
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Sinusitis is an inflammatory disease that affects the mucous membrane of the paranasal sinuses. The disease is caused by viruses, bacteria and fungi. Sinusitis can also be allergic.

Symptoms of sinusitis include:

  • congestion and purulent discharge from the nasal cavity;
  • pressing pain in the paranasal sinuses and face;
  • fast fatiguability;
  • headache;
  • heat.

If a bacterial infection is suspected, antibiotic therapy should be started. The course of treatment is on average 5-7 days for acute sinusitis and about one and a half months for chronic sinusitis. To relieve symptoms and improve the outflow of purulent contents, additional symptomatic therapy is prescribed. If sinusitis occurs several times a year, you should consult a doctor who will determine the advisability of surgery to create drainage of the sinuses.

Cleocin 150 mg

Active Ingredient: Clindamycin

What causes sinusitis?

The most common cause of acute sinusitis is a respiratory viral infection. Viruses entering the nasal mucosa cause an inflammatory process. The immune system, in response to a viral attack, begins to produce large amounts of mucus containing lymphocytes. This can lead to narrowing of the nasal passages or swelling, which interferes with normal breathing. Slow or complicated mucus outflow creates favorable conditions for the proliferation of bacteria, which can lead to complications. This condition requires drug therapy.

Some types of bacteria normally live in the nasopharynx and do not cause discomfort to humans. They are called conditionally pathogenic, because when immunity decreases, they can begin to actively multiply and cause inflammatory reactions, which leads to the development of acute sinusitis.

Less commonly, sinusitis is caused by microscopic fungi, which may also be associated with a weakened immune system and a tendency to fungal infections. Allergens can also develop an inflammatory effect in the nasal cavity.

The following causes of sinusitis can also be identified:

  • chronic inflammatory process in the nasal sinuses;
  • vasomotor rhinitis;
  • inhalation of cold air;
  • inhalation of substances with a strong odor (including the use of perfumes and deodorants);
  • anatomical features of the nasal cavity and sinuses (for example, deformation of the nasal septum);
  • the presence of other diseases (for example, cystic fibrosis, allergic and non-allergic rhinitis);
  • a certain lifestyle (eg smoking, diving).

What symptoms occur with acute sinusitis?

Primary symptoms of acute sinusitis include:

  • Pain/pressure in the face. Headache, feeling of fullness (various localization, depending on which sinus is affected). Feeling of pressure and tension in the affected sinus. In severe cases, severe pain occurs, localized not only in the area of the maxillary sinus, but also in the forehead, cheekbone, and affecting the entire half of the face.
  • Nasal congestion.
  • Copious mucus discharge from the nose. Acute sinusitis is characterized by the presence. unilateral or bilateral nasal discharge, often mucopurulent.
  • Deterioration of smell and taste.
  • Cough/flushing

Other symptoms include the following:

  1. Temperature, fever. Body temperature is elevated, and chills are common.
  2. Swelling of the cheeks or eyelids.
  3. Nasality.
  4. Bad breath.
  5. Fatigue.
  6. Toothache. Often there is toothache in the corresponding half of the upper jaw, which intensifies when chewing.

As a rule, sinusitis is preceded by an infectious disease of the upper respiratory tract.

 What complications can occur with sinusitis?

The main complications of sinusitis are associated with the addition of a bacterial infection, which can lead to such dangerous conditions as:

  • inflammation of the orbital or periorbital tissue;
  • thrombosis of the cavernous sinus;
  • epidural abscess;
  • brain abscess.

Acute and chronic sinusitis have almost the same symptoms.

How does the disease progress depending on the location of the inflammatory process?

There are three main types of sinusitis:

  1. Inflammation of the frontal sinus. This condition is accompanied by headache and soreness in the forehead.
  2. Ethmoidal sinusitis (inflammation of the ethmoid sinus). The pain is localized behind the eyes and between them. Patients often complain of a splitting headache and watery eyes.
  3. Sphenoidal sinusitis. With this type of sinusitis, it is difficult to determine the location of the pain. It can hit the forehead and even the back of the head.
  4. Severe fever and chills indicate the spread of infection beyond the sinuses.

How is acute sinusitis diagnosed?

The doctor examines the nasal passages, noting swelling and yellow or green purulent contents. Complications of sinusitis may be accompanied by confusion and unbearable headache. If a complication or chronic course of the disease is suspected, it is recommended to perform a computed tomography scan and sometimes an x-ray of the apex of the teeth to exclude a periapical abscess. Cultures are rarely performed because specimens require a puncture or endoscopic opening of the sinus. But culture of purulent nasal discharge is not informative. Sowing is performed only in exceptional cases when the prescribed treatment does not produce results.

What treatment is indicated for sinusitis?

Depending on the severity of the disease, as well as if a bacterial infection is suspected, treatment can vary from symptomatic (improving the outflow of mucus) to antibiotic therapy. The main problem is that previously antibiotics were prescribed without identifying the causative agent of sinusitis, which led to the development of resistance of microorganisms to the drugs. Therefore, treating bacterial sinusitis, or viral sinusitis that is complicated by a bacterial infection, becomes a difficult task. But new antibiotics are being developed that give good results even against resistant pathogens. One such drug is the cost of Cleocin over the counter. This is a semi-synthetic antibiotic based on clindamycin. Cleocin 150 mg has a wide spectrum of action, causing the growth and reproduction of bacteria to stop, and in high dosages, their death. Cleocin mail order is well absorbed from the stomach and its bioavailability is 90%, but it is not recommended to take it with food as this slows down the effect of the drug.

Where can I buy Cleocin without a prescription?

The original drug Cleocin can be purchased with a doctor’s prescription, and it is also expensive. In our online pharmacy you can order an analogue (generic) of Cleocin. Its effectiveness is not inferior to the original drug, since it contains the same active ingredient (clindamycin) and can be purchased at an affordable price.

Generic Cleocin can be ordered without a doctor’s prescription.

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