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lenaye t Says:
I was prescribed this pill for a staph infection. It is supposed to be stronger than normal antibiotics for staph and also work on those staph infections that are the drug resistance ones. The pill is actually called cotrimoxazole ds--po tab. I'm assuming the PO meanby mouth then tablet. Thru searches I have found this to also be called Cotrim Oral and Bactrim as well. It states that there are alot of medications you can't be on to take this medication. I didn't take all of it, so I didn't real ly suffer any side effects. I did however see that it states it can make you dizzy and you should avoid prolonged or excessive exposure to direct and/or artificial sunlight and that you should take this medication with plenty of water.

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Verwon Says:
This pill is a combination antibiotic that contains Sulfamethoxazole 800mgs and Trimethoprim 60mgs. It is a the genericfor Bactrim DS.

The most common side effect associated with this are gastro-intestinal complaints.


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David E Enwall Says:
I am looking to identify oblong white or off-white pill with a V imprint on one side and 58|98 on the other side'

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wglenntodd Says:
Well I thoght i had a Urine infection and had my Doctors nurce call this in,Im haveing a Bad reacting to it,maybe because I have Hep C:

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DrRaven Says:
I noticed that you said you did not take the whole prescription. Please....from no on.....Whenever you are given an anitbiotic.....TAKE THE WHOLE BOTTLE AS SCHEDULED....otherwise you are allowing the bacteria to build up an immunity to the medicine.....this is BAD for ALL mankind! Thanks...and spread the word!

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Grant Says:
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What medications cant I be on when I take pill 5898. ?

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Connie Says:
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Will this treat sore or strep throat

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