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If you develop an unexplained rash, difficulty breathing, or other signs of an allergic reaction while taking dicloxacillin, you should contact your healthcare provider for immediate medical treatment. Other possible signs of an allergic reaction to this antibiotic include but are not limited to:
  • Itching
  • Redness of the face
  • Swelling of the mouth or throat
  • Wheezing.
In most cases, however, side effects with this prescription antibiotic tend to be mild and easy to treat. If you are taking dicloxacillin and experience anything that "just does not seem right," contact your healthcare provider right away.
(Click Dicloxacillin Side Effects to learn more about how this drug may cause allergic reactions or other side effects. This article lists other possible problems that may occur with dicloxacillin and explains when to seek medical attention.)
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