Sulfamethoxazole Tmp Ds Tablet H49

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Sulfamethoxazole-Tmp Ds-Tablet H49
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Hey I have a boil on the left side of my buttocks and its almost ready to burst can I take this pill now while its almost there?. The pill is pretty big and white I'm 23 it kind of scared me. Should I take half of it first or just the whole thing? How long do I take these pills? ## You should only take it, if your doctor has directed you to do so, if not, then it may not be the right medication to treat whatever has caused this issue, or you may not have enough of it to fully eradicate the infectious bacteria, which creates the risk of your developing antibiotic resistant bacteria. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. Has the boil been cultured? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Sulfamethoxazole.
Thu, Oct 20 '16, 10:22 PM
Sulfamethoxazole Tmp Smz Ds Treat For Common Cold Flu
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oval shape, white color, H49 . is this pill can treat for common cold/flu or not? ## No, Sulfamethoxazole with Trimethoprim, the generic for Bactrim, is an antibiotic, so it is only effective at treating bacterial infections. Learn more Bactrim details here. Colds and Flu are caused by viruses, so there is no effective treatment for them, they really just need to be left to run their course, though you can use some remedies to help alleviate the symptoms they may cause. Did your doctor prescribe this? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Sulfamethoxazole.
Wed, Nov 14 '12, 4:01 PM

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