BICILLIN L-A Reviews

Average Rating: 3.7 (4 Ratings)

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RATING  REASONSIDE EFFECTS FOR BICILLIN L-ACOMMENTSSEXAGEDURATION/
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DATE ADDED
 
 4  Strep throat Severe pain when getting the shot in my buttock. Worked exceptionally well and very quickly. Was feeling much better by the next morning. F 34 1 days
8/7/2016
 5  Lyme/strep Herx reaction, mild and severe at times. Bodyaches, low grade fever, joint aches, BRAINFOG, moderate vertigo, fatigue and general malaise for about 5 days. Mood changes as well with elevated feeling of panic/anxiety that is not of charachter for me. I beleive it has worked the best for the Lyme so far. I would reccommend this medication. F 39 5 months
1.2 ml 1X M
2/14/2010
 5  Chronic Lyme Disease Pain from shot of course, helps to walk for 15 minutes after shot. No real side effects what so ever. Did 2 shots per week at home for 9 months for Lyme Disease. Awesome, amazing drug that worked! M 20 9 months
1/31/2010
 1  recurrent staph infections rash, neuropathy, psychological, vision I haven't been able to find ANYTHING about other people's adverse effects from this drug. And, my own doctor didn't report any of my side-effects because he claimed they were all already listed in the Physician's Desk Reference. My experience with this medicine was HORRIBLE!!! The worst part was that I didn't associate my problems with this medicine because they wouldn't kick in until a day or two after my monthly injection. It's not the penicillin because I'm not allergic. Dr. thought it could have been the benthazine suspension. F 42 8 months
8/9/2009
  

BICILLIN L-A  (PENICILLIN G BENZATHINE):  Penicillin G benzathine is used to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections. It may also be used to prevent certain bacterial infections (such as rheumatic fever). This medication is a long-acting penicillin antibiotic. It works by stopping the growth of bacteria.   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)

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