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Can cleocin be used for rashes?

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25 Sep 2009

It depends on what sort of rash you have. Cleocin (clindamycin) is an antibiotic and should only be used for bacterial infections. If the rash is not due to a bacterial infection then it won't be useful nor necessary to use Cleocin.

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