Suxprim (trimetoprima (sulfametoxazol)

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160/800mg Drug from MEXICO

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Noemi Colao Says:
I allergic to penicilin,couldI take suxprim ?
Is Suxprim the same as Bacrim?

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angel Says:
is suxprim the same as bactrim the antibiotic

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David Says:
Noemi Colao,

I would suggest consulting an MD regarding being allergic to Penicillin while taking Suxprim.

Research I have gathered shows that Suxprim and Bactrim are one in the same pill. I believe the difference is that Suxprim is only available in Mexico. I may be wrong about it's availability, if anyone else can help clarify that.

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pastthings Says:
I have been taken Suxprim for at least 13 years as needed. I use to take erithamicin but I ask Doc to change something else. I bought the medicine in Mexico and works great. The dose is 160/800 (horse pills) ,100 pills to the bottle ($14). Works great! Bought the last bottle in 2002 and used in Jan 2011. Still working great. If I feel chest congestion coming on from a cold. I use them for 4 days. I have about 25 pills left. I watched the ex head of the Medical Journal on sixty minutes tv program and she stated that there are only 7 pill manufactures in the world and purchasing outside the U S is safe. She didn't like the drug companies statements about the safey of the drugs. Drug companies just want to charge their high prices in U S. Beats going to doc for the same thing all the time. Just must watch if taking other medications of which I am not.

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annie Says:
What is the dosage for a person age 60 for a uti?

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