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Heather Burton Says:

Does this contain Sulfa?

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Pam Warganz Says:

this was prescribed for diarrhea when I was in Punta Cana. I was only on it for a few days, no side effects. I am looking for an American equivalent to submit for ins. reimbursement.

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Jenna Says:

@Heather Burton,

Based on my research, the active ingredient in Gabbroral is Paromomycin sulfate- so I believe the answer to your question is Yes. It is an antibiotic used to treat intestinal infections such as cryptosporidiosis and amoebiasis, plus other diseases like leishmaniasis.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Paromomycin Details

I hope this helps!

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