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White liquid mix coming after taking Clotrimazole and Clindamycin. Is this normal ?

White liquid mix coming after taking Clotrimazole and Clindamycin night before Hello Dr.I have taken yesterday night Clotrimazole and Clindamycin Vaginal Suppositories - Cansoft - CL Brand as advised by my Dr. However, today morning there was a watery white liquid mix came out with the medicine. is this ok, thanks
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jul 2011
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Anesthesiologist 's  Response
this is normal as some amount of suppository that is not absorbed will come out,from next time while putting suppository keep legs up and pelvis down for sometime.
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Pediatrician Dr. Aseem's  Response
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read your prob, these medicine are started due to you have some vaginal infection n lucorrhea, after us eof this drug next morning rements of medicine n remaining medicine comes out, it become dispers n act locally on vagina which comes out again . so no need to worry. this is normally happen.
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