Sulfamethoxazole Tmp Ds Tablet (Thread 234035)

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scm Says:

mouth palate and tongue feel raw while I am on this medicine........should I stop.

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David Says:

Trimethoprim + Sulfamethoxazole can cause mouth sores as a severe side effect, but I haven't read anything related to what you're describing. My assumption is that if this side effect becomes too bothersome or persistent, then you should consider contacting your doctor about stopping the medication and opting for a safer or more natural alternative.

How long have you been taking it for?

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PieMan Says:

I have just taken my first pill of Bactrim for a MRSA infection i developed on my arm. Before taking my pills I usually pin them with the underside of my tongue, but where the pill touched is now painful and swollen. My best advice is to just take the medicine as quickly as possible because it contains sulfur and sulfur usually makes your tongue very painful.

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bcc Says:
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I am on this drug as well my mouth is raw, my tongue is red I am taken this drug for a sinus infection, I feel very sick.

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