This case involves a 19-year-old female patient who was prescribed clindamycin to treat bacterial vaginosis. The medication was dispensed to the patient by a local chain pharmacy location. The medication did not have an insert when picked up from the pharmacy. The patient also did not receive a consultation from the pharmacy regarding side effects of the medication. Within three days, the patient experienced severe abdominal pain and diarrhea. The patient presented to the emergency room and was found to have colitis secondary to C Diff. The patient’s condition was so severe that she required a colectomy. The patient was never advised to discontinue the medication if she experienced any abdominal issues. An expert pharmacist was sought to opine as to the standard of care regarding dispensing clindamycin.