Purbac C24

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frank Says:

The Doctor prescribed Purbac for me because I had an unprotected intercourse. The tablets are oval shaped ingraved and written c24 on the other side. Was this the correct prescription?

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Verwon Says:

Purbac contains the active ingredients Sulamethoxazole and Trimethoprim, it is an antibiotic that is used to treat or prevent infections.

There are some STDs that can be prevent or cured through the use of antibiotics and some that are not curable.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea.

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Pop Says:

I started using c24 antibiotics a week ago, and they are helping I just have a question could they delay my periods?

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I have some blisters ball lyk under my arm I takes purbac c 24.they can help me

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Pierre Says:
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Can Purbac 960mg be used to treat gastroenteritis?

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Lisa Says:
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Is dit reg as ek Purbac d.s. tablet C24 gebruik vir my seer tand. Meer my tandvleis as ek my tande borsel dan bloei dit en is seer soos infeksie.

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MMMS Says:
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My husband is using trivenz pill what are this pill for. I also see him using c24 pill. He last have blood test but did not tell me the result suddenly I see these pills I know he is diabetic please help.

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Minky Says:

Can HIV be treated with Purbac double strength C24

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St Says:
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Hi the doctor gave me purbac double strength tablets ingraved C24 on the other side and oval shape white in color but he forgot to give instructions on how i should take it... Please help me

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Hellen Says:
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My 12 years son was given purbac ds tablets engraved C24. White in colour oval in shape. He had rash on the face, chest and back. After taking just one tablet the following day he had swollen eyes, lips, he has big red bruises all over his body, he complains of itcheness on the genitals, he barely eats as his tongue has developed sores. His toes were also swollen and now one of his toes has a big blister. Plz help, what went wrong. Was he given the right prescription??

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