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Purbac 480mg

Can Purbac cause insomnia .I cant sleep and my mind is overactive ## Have you consulted your doctor? This contains the active ingredients Sulfamethoxazole and Trimethoprim, it is an antibiotic commonly prescribed under the brand name Bactrim. And this isn't listed as a normal side effect, but you should talk to your doctor, because we have had many reports recently of people experiencing unusual side effects with this medication. ## Hi Andy, Insomnia is actually reported to be a side effect of this drug, among many others that in my opinion could inadvertently cause more insomnia: weakness fatigue insomnia hallucinations depression apathy nervousness upset stomach vomiting loss of appetite skin rash itching sore throat fever or chills mouth sores unusual bruising or bleeding yellowi... ...

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side effects of purbac 480mg

hi im on purbac 480mg its been a month now so my skin turn dark n my period a not stable like now its not my date but im bleeding and i lost my wait . ## Hello, Lindo! How are you? Those can be normal side effects of this antibiotic, as listed by the U.S. FDA. You may also experience nausea, dizziness and diarrhea. How long will you be taking it? ...

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purbac 480mg and breastfeeding

QMy baby is 11 months and I'm breastfeeding,my doctor prescribed purbac480 and he said it was mild and it won't affect my baby, 2 weeks later my baby started a severe rash and his skin turned darker,I don't wanna stop breastfeeding, how long does it take to clear on my system?I have stopped cause I wanna breastfeed,please advise ## I am taking pregnacare plus omega-3 for breast feeding, for a while my 8 months baby daughter have some rash on her two arms only. the doctor has given her purbac antibiotics. can she take it even though i'm taking the pregnacare plus omega-3 to breastfeed her? ## Hello, Primprose! How are you? It should only take a day or two. The FDA lists other possible side effects of this antibiotic as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and di... ...

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purbac 480mg recent prescription

Recently I've had a breakou on my face - on the cheeks. I'm on Yasmin, Glucop. And occassionally take Zyrtec as I'm allergic to MOST things e severely to shell fish. I've recently been prescribed purbac 480mg 2X daily, initially for a month then the will reassess. Also using ilotycin TS which applies to the affect area X daily. What could be the side effects? Thrush? Urticaria? Why would acne start now - about 2 months back. What can I use the scars? ...

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Is it safe to take PURBAC 480mg during 1st 2wks of pregnancy

When took purbac i was not aware that i was two weeks preg, after 4 week on medication i discoverd that i was 6 weeks pregnant and i stopped taking them. now i am concerned about the hurm it will do on my unborn baby as it clearly state that it should not be administered during pregnancy. Please help. ## Hello, Mkhize! How are you? Congratulations on the pregnancy! There may be some risk, but generally the earlier you've taken it and stopped it, the lower the risk. The best thing to do would be to inform your doctor that you were taking, so they can watch the baby for any possible problems or complications. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Hi my na... ...

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How to get rid of purbac side-effects

I've been using purbac 480mg for four days now. This morning about 6:15 I took two tablets and around 11:00am i started getting cold thrills and then suddenly I'm really warm. I also feel drowzy and it feels like my head is going to explode. How do I get rid of these simptoms because I tried taking a nap, but weren't able to fall asleep. ## Hello, Sandy! How are you? I'm sorry about the problems you're experiencing. Those can be normal side effects of taking this antibiotic, or they could be symptoms of the infection that is being treated. As reported by the U.S. FDA, you may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache and diarrhea. Unfortunately, there isn't much you can do about them, other than to let them run their course. They will go away, with time, when y... ...

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Purbac for acne, can it cause water retention?

My dermatologist changed my acne script a week ago to Purbac 480mg 2x daily and my skinny legs are blowing up so that I look like I have elephantitus at about 6pm. I can't remember if these symptoms started with the new pills or before. Could this be a side-effect of Purbac. It is really uncomfortable. ## The swelling which you are reporting appears to be a strong reaction to Sulfamethoxazole (the active ingredient). I'd recommend notifying your doctor / pharmacist, as they may have you discontinue it or put you on something else. Good luck & let me know how it goes! ...

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36 weeks pregnant and suspect shingiles

On saturday I felt a sharp pain and burning sensition on my back which develop something like shingiles and I immedetialy take my S4 Purbac 480mg and the rash stop spreading but I am filling so much pain on same sport. I am 36 weeks pregnant, is Purbac good for stoping varus such shingiles? ...

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Hi i am using purbac 480mg for a month!! i just want 2 know will it affect the PILL, cause i dont want 2 get pregnant?? Please help!! ...

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Xeliri ## my husband has had chemo for a year and is now in remission the doctor put him on purbac 480mg for 6 months he has had an upset tummy ever since can this be the reason ...

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