Chest And Throat Pain After Taking The Drug?
Evening,rnrn2 days ago I just had wisdom tooth extraction surgery. The doctor prescribed me 3 kinds of medicine, namely Dalacin 300 mg 3 times a day, Cataflam 50 mg 3 times a day, and Kalnex 500 mg 3 times a day if the bleeding didn’t stop. have a mag. But on the second day of the healing process, after having breakfast and drinking Dalacin, my throat and chest felt like they were on fire. I immediately stopped taking Dalacin and other drugs. I can feel the effects to this day.rnI have taken the medication Lansoprazole 30mg before eating but I still feel that sensation, even now my stomach feels like I have a cold.rnWhat do you think I should do? What medicine should I take?rnrnThank you.
Hello, thanks for your question.
The two drugs you mention, Dalacin and Cataflam, contain the antibiotic components Clindamycin and Potassium diclofenac, respectively. Clindamycin serves to kill bacteria, including in the case of teeth and mouth. Diclofenac potassium functions as an anti-pain and anti-inflammatory.
Like most other drugs that have various side effects, Clindamycin and Potassium diclofenac also have certain side effects. Examples of side effects of Clindamycin are inflammation of the esophagus, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. Meanwhile, potassium diclofenac has side effects, including stomach pain, nausea, acid reflux, belching, and can cause stomach ulcers (ulcers) on long-term use.
So it is possible that the symptoms you are experiencing are related to the side effects of the drugs you have taken. Side effects don't happen to everyone. However, if side effects occur, the use of the drug should be reconsidered. For that you should immediately consult with your dentist to replace or stop using the drug. In the meantime, you can stop using the drug until you see a doctor.
Complaints that you experience may gradually improve with discontinuation of drug use. For the time being, keep a regular diet and watch what you eat. Avoid foods and drinks that stimulate stomach acid such as spicy and oily foods, and drink less coffee.
The following article matches your question at https://www.HealthReplies.com/diclofenac
That's the information I can give, hopefully it's useful.