Sulfamethozazole Tmp Used For Bladder Infections

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denise Says:


My mother is seventy. Is it ok for her to use for a bladder infection?



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Verwon Says:

I'm inclined to say that you should see what other options are available for her to use first.

This is a generic for Bactrim and as a sulfa based medication, it can cause some severe side effects and the dangerous ones can be even more pronounced and risky in the elderly.

Learn more Bactrim details here.

You posted this a few weeks ago, did she end up taking it? How is she doing?

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Hi I'm Salma 48 yrs old. I had a historectomy done 4 weeks ago. I'm in pain. Seen a Dr suggested I have IBS spastic colon syndrome & kidney & bladder infection. What can I do.

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