CECLOR Reviews

Average Rating: 2.6 (5 Ratings)

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 Type: Brand name discontinued; available as generic

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Key to Ratings: 1=LOW (I would not recommend taking this medicine.)
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 1  Sinus Infection & Allergies MASSIVE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL HIVES. Took this drug for about 2 weeks and then broke out in massive hives internally and externally in October 2008. Hospitalized and almost died. Hives have subsided to some degree, but it destroyed my hormonal balance, so now I breakout every month with hives around my period. I cannot work and my life is miserable. DO NOT TAKE THIS DRUG. F 32 2 weeks
100 mg 2X D
 1  Bronchitis I took this medication and started breaking out in hives almost immediately and have done so for over a year now. I asked my doctor about the side effects and how long they would last, he said he did not know. There is nothing I can do for the hives and there seems to be no cure for them. I would certainly NOT recommend this drug, my life is miserable now and there is no relief in site. I have completely discontinued usage. F 30 1 months
 5  tooth abcess None, actually made swelling in gums go down great but this is second treatment they gave me 500mg pennicillan and it took the initinal of not feeling well away mild yeast infection but cefaclor took the abscess down completely F 42
 1  Ear Infection Severe allergic reaction(s); Purple hives (4 Years Old) F 19
 5  bronchitis none have taken it several times, works great, no side effects. F 50 7 days

CECLOR  (CEFACLOR):  This medication is a cephalosporin-type antibiotic used to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections (e.g., skin and respiratory tract infections). It works by stopping the growth of bacteria. This antibiotic only treats bacterial infections. It will not work for viral infections (e.g., common cold, flu). Unnecessary use or overuse of any antibiotic can lead to its decreased effectiveness.   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)