What Types Of Infection Is This Drug Used For?

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tiffany Says:

what type of infections will this drug help with?

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Verwon Says:

This is an antibiotic and can be used to treat a wide variety of infections, as deemed appropriate by your doctor.

Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, diarrhea, skin rash and sun sensitivity.


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Curious George Says:

Can Sulfamethoxazole TMP be used to treat chlamydia?

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Philip Bierschenk Says:

Prescribed by Dr. J. Bermingham1/01/11 for walking pnuemonia,difficult breathing, heavy nasal discharge, cough yellow last 3 days. Take 2 per day for 7 days but call Dr. Horowitz on 1/03/11...I have asthma so breathing is difficult...Dr. Bermingham does not have my Dr.s records...Dr. Ira Horowitz 856 424 4525

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laurie Says:

will this Mutual 105 antibiotic help with a abcess on thel gum in ur mouth and how long with it take for it to take the abcess down? ty

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Skye Says:

I did not find this question and answer, so please
answer. Thanks
Can Sulfameth/TMP DS be used to treat a diviticulitis infection?

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Katy Says:

I have half bottle of generic name for Augmentin 875-125 tablets. Not sure why I have prescription for. My question is, can this drug be used for a bacterial infection that women get?

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Mrf Says:
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I have a toilet infection and my vagina is smelling badly. Additionally, sometimes if I am having intercourse, blood rushes out through my vagina. Please help me. I need to know what I can use for treatment? I am also feeling pain...

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lou Says:

Re: Mrf (# 7)

go to your nearest hospital emergency room if you have pain, not to your regular doctor

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