Friend Just Had A Glass Of Wine While Taking Apo Sulfatrim

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My Friend Just had a glass of wine while taking apo sulfatrim (Sulfameth/Trimeth for a UTI.
She's Vomiting uncontrollably, extreme nausea and dizziness wont stop for the last 2 hours.
How long is this going to last?

Can it be fatal?
Seeking medical attention is not an option for at least a few hours.

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Verwon Says:

That's very odd, while the FDA does warn that taking it with alcohol may cause more severe side effects, they don't normally last that long. Is she one any other medications? (NDC code 67296-1163 for more details.) Other side effects may include dizziness, headache, and diarrhea.

How is she doing, now? Has there been any change? Is she on any other medications?

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