BACTRIM Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017377/001.

Names and composition

"BACTRIM" is the commercial name of a drug composed of SULFAMETHOXAZOLE and TRIMETHOPRIM.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017377/001 BACTRIM SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM TABLET/ORAL 400MG and 80MG
017560/001 BACTRIM SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM SUSPENSION/ORAL 200MG per 5ML and 40MG per 5ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018374/001 BACTRIM SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML and 16MG per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

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071341/001 SULFAMETHOPRIM SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM Injectable/ Injection 80MG per ML and 16MG per ML
070063/001 SULMEPRIM SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM SUSPENSION/ORAL 200MG per 5ML and 40MG per 5ML
070022/001 SULFAMETHOPRIM SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM TABLET/ORAL 400MG and 80MG
071816/001 UROPLUS DS SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM TABLET/ORAL 800MG and 160MG
017376/001 SEPTRA SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM TABLET/ORAL 400MG and 80MG
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017377/001 BACTRIM SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM TABLET/ORAL 400MG and 80MG
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018374/001 BACTRIM SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML and 16MG per ML
018452/001 SEPTRA SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML and 16MG per ML
017560/002 BACTRIM PEDIATRIC SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM SUSPENSION/ORAL 200MG per 5ML and 40MG per 5ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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070032/001 SULFAMETHOPRIM-DS SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM TABLET/ORAL 800MG and 160MG
070065/002 SULFATRIM-SS SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM TABLET/ORAL 400MG and 80MG
071815/001 UROPLUS SS SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM TABLET/ORAL 400MG and 80MG
070064/001 SULMEPRIM PEDIATRIC SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM SUSPENSION/ORAL 200MG per 5ML and 40MG per 5ML
017598/002 SEPTRA GRAPE SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM SUSPENSION/ORAL 200MG per 5ML and 40MG per 5ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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070048/001 COTRIM D.S. SULFAMETHOXAZOLE; TRIMETHOPRIM TABLET/ORAL 800MG and 160MG

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Answered questions

Anyone with side effects from Bactrim/Septra etc?
Thank you for answers so far... Dr. has been contacted and I am monitoring her now. We had no idea she was allergic to sulfa-as a matter of fact she took a full 7 day course of this just a few weeks ago, with no reactions at all. We have taken her off...she only took 2 doses so hopefully we have forgone long term... Asked by Nestor Karger 1 month ago.

Thank you for answers so far... Dr. has been contacted and I am monitoring her now. We had no idea she was allergic to sulfa-as a matter of fact she took a full 7 day course of this just a few weeks ago, with no reactions at all. We have taken her off...she only took 2 doses so hopefully we have forgone long term effects I have been reading about. Answered by Azzie Ashmead 1 month ago.

I had a rash and was diagnosed as allergic to sulfa drugs. Cannot take them anymore. Later I also developed an allergy to penicillin. Both can be dangerous. What reaction is your child having? If it is a rash I'd advise stopping the drug now and calling your physician ASAP. Answered by Pricilla Vantol 1 month ago.


Can you use Bactrim DS for a kidney infection?
my husband has trouble with his kidneys and we believe he has a kidney infection. the only antibiotics i have is Bactrim DS. Asked by Emely Stofflet 1 month ago.

Bactrim is CONTRAINDICATED (meaning it should NOT be used) in persons with "problems" with their kidneys OR liver. Since you don't have a definite diagnosis, your husband should NOT take the Bactrim DS. Period. You need to have him have a UA (urinalysis) performed by a urologist by a laboratory to determine if your husband truly does have a kidney infection, and then decide on a course of action from there. Bactrim is NOT the best for kidney infections, usually given for ear or urinary TRACT infections.....The urinalysis will determine what type "gram positive" or "gram negative" strain of bacteria that your husband has, or to determine if it's really a bacterial infection and not something more concerning such as nephritis......... Also, the urologist might want to do a renal ultrasound to determine if there is renal calcification, and then proceed with a course of treatment. "Problems with the kidneys" is no way to accurately diagnose his problem, and since Yahoo! Answers is NOT an online diagnostic tool, giving the Bactrim to your husband may do much more harm than good. I urge you to heed my advice, and have him see a urologist. Christopher K. Answered by Daniel Bea 1 month ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: can you use Bactrim DS for a kidney infection? my husband has trouble with his kidneys and we believe he has a kidney infection. the only antibiotics i have is Bactrim DS. Answered by Minta Salzl 1 month ago.

Please see a doctor or go to a walk in clinic for a definite diagnosis. It could be something else, like a kidney stone. Using antibiotics when it's not necessary is how people become resistant to them. Bactrim is often prescribed for kidney infection but it's a bad idea to diagnose and treat without medical supervision. Answered by Eleni Saber 1 month ago.


Pregnant and on sulfameth/trimethoprim aka bactrim DS?
Can somebody help me I just found out that I was pregnant this week! Tuesday morning I went to the ER because I had a bump on my arm and it was irriated. I went to the doctor and stated that I just found out that I was pregnant. So he states that he will take that into consideration..He stated That I had an abcess... Asked by Maryann Reishus 1 month ago.

Can somebody help me I just found out that I was pregnant this week! Tuesday morning I went to the ER because I had a bump on my arm and it was irriated. I went to the doctor and stated that I just found out that I was pregnant. So he states that he will take that into consideration..He stated That I had an abcess and gave me an prescription for a cream bantroban and the above antibotice.. i have take 3 pills because I was not feeling well and my arm was hurting really bad.. Will this have any affect on my child..I've done research and stated not to take if you are pregnant? How am I suppose to get well if I cant take anything..I don't want anything to happen to my baby Answered by Angelita Gahring 1 month ago.

Bactrim or Septra DS is not a drug that's used during pregnancy unless it's strongly indicated. If you were closer to delivery, then they would really be trying to avoid using it. The topical antibiotic Bantroban is safe to use anytime. I imagine that to the doctor's mind, the threat to your health from the untreated abcess is greater than the medication poses to your developing child. Your Bactrim DS is a class 3 drug, meaning that there is no clear cut evidence that it is either entirely safe, but also is not necessarily clearly hazardous either. With a class C drug, there are sometimes problems seen in the animal studies, but not corresponding problems with human use. So they recommend them to be used with caution, and only if there is not a safer drug that will be as effective. Since you have just found out you are pregnant, I would recommend calling to see an obstetrician as soon as you can arrange it. Until then, I'd also recommend you continue to take the antibiotic as prescribed. After all, if the infection gets out of control and systemic, your developing baby will be at even higher risk. Keep some faith in your own body and nature as well, and don't go thinking of worst case scenarios. Lots of moms have taken drugs before discovering they were pregnant, or even in the first trimester, and gone on to have perfectly normal babies. I caught pneumonia at 8 weeks with one of mine, which called for some pretty heavy duty medications because I am allergic to both penicillin and sulfa. That baby is a perfectly normal teenager at the moment, with nary a sign of problems from day 1. So don't go worrying yourself to death here. With a bit of time, you will have that dear faced, bear bottom, healthy baby. And that's when the real grey hair and wrinkle worry starts. Answered by Bailey Brader 1 month ago.

Sulfameth Trimethoprim Pregnancy Answered by Laurie Cresswell 1 month ago.

well, i f your dr said he would take it into consideration, than maybe he knew what he was doing. also, some medicines say ask a doctor before use of certain medicines, and u told him u were preg so i assume the medication wont harm ur baby. good luck! Answered by Dusty Enders 1 month ago.

no theyre are alot o fake articles popping up on the internet saying this no miss miley cyrus [as far as i know] is not pregnet Answered by Cassandra Apuzzo 1 month ago.


What are the side effects of the antibiotic Bactrim?
Asked by Bibi Curney 1 month ago.

Bactrim side effects Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Call your doctor at once if you have a serious side effect such as: fever, sore throat, and headache with a severe blistering, peeling, and red skin rash; the first sign of any skin rash, no matter how mild; pale skin, easy bruising or bleeding; cough, feeling short of breath; diarrhea that is watery or bloody; feeling restless or irritable, confusion, hallucinations, seizure; slow heart rate, weak pulse, severe tingling, numbness, muscle pain or weakness; nausea, stomach pain, loss of appetite, itching, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes); fever, chills, body aches, flu symptoms; or urinating less than usual or not at all. Less serious Bactrim side effects may include: painful or swollen tongue; dizziness, spinning sensation; ringing in your ears; joint pain; or sleep problems (insomnia). This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. hope this helps.... Answered by Shirely Vivion 1 month ago.

Besides what came on the information sheet ,it can cause yeast infections. Most doctors won't tell you that. To avoid any complications digestive or other .Always take a pro-biotic while on a antibiotic.To replenish the friendly flora back to your system. Answered by Tomeka Nadile 1 month ago.

wind pipe swelling will also be hypersensitivity. in case you have main issue respiring, cross to ER. If you expand a rash, name your physician. If you get nauseous, take the capsule with meals. Answered by Milly Tostanoski 1 month ago.


Taking Bactrim DS for urinary tract infection and bronchitis?
I was diagnosed with uti and bronchitis on Sunday. Have been taking bactrim ds since Monday. The first two days were horrible, but on Wed. I felt really good, yesterday not so good, and today my cough has gotten worse. It feels like it's trying to breakup the congestion in my chest, but it hurts in my chest... Asked by Tonia Kraker 1 month ago.

I was diagnosed with uti and bronchitis on Sunday. Have been taking bactrim ds since Monday. The first two days were horrible, but on Wed. I felt really good, yesterday not so good, and today my cough has gotten worse. It feels like it's trying to breakup the congestion in my chest, but it hurts in my chest and lower abdomen whenever I do cough. Is the bronchitis clearing or has my antibiotic stopped working. I still have constant urges to urinate, but in the afternoon the flow slows to a trickle. Is it too soon to know if the Bactrim ds is working? I am only concerned because the weekend is coming up, and I don't have the money to go to the ER, nor do I have insurance. Answered by Noriko Dooley 1 month ago.

The Bactrim is primarily going to help with your UTI. Bronchitis is an inflammatory process, where there is irritation of the bronchi. It's usually due to a virus, and antibiotics are of little use against those. The antibiotic would just help prevent some other bacteria taking advantage of things to move in and cause pneumonia or something else. Bronchitis is just slow to improve for a lot of people, because you have to keep breathing. As far as the UTI, you should be starting to see some improvement with that. While you are taking the Bactrim, you should be really pushing the water and drinking until it seems like those back molars are going to float right out of your mouth. You want to be going about every 2-3 hours. The fluid will also help you with the productive cough, thinning out the gunk so you can cough it up and spit it out. You hurt because all that coughing stresses and strains the muscles of the chest, and they are getting a month's worth of workout all the time. You can help lessen that pain by holding something firm against your chest when you cough, if you can. Some folks with bronchitis find it is easier to breath colder air than warm, and moist air easier than dry. So depending on where you live, you may want to stay in the A/C, and run a humidifier to add moisture to the air you breathe. Just be sure you take all of the antibiotic, every single tablet. The bronchitis will be slowest to shift, and could take a month or so to completely lose the cough, although it should ease up some over the coming days. Sucking on hard candy can also help you keep the upper airway moist, and help with the cough as well. As long as you don't run fever, you will be okay. You can also take Ibuprofen to help with that chest pain, if you like. It will help with the inflammation in the region too, not perfect, but every little bit helps. Hope you get to feeling better soon. Answered by Hilde Gamello 1 month ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Taking Bactrim DS for urinary tract infection and bronchitis? I was diagnosed with uti and bronchitis on Sunday. Have been taking bactrim ds since Monday. The first two days were horrible, but on Wed. I felt really good, yesterday not so good, and today my cough has gotten worse. It feels like it's trying to breakup the congestion in my chest, but it... Answered by Denisha Stittsworth 1 month ago.

Bactrim For Bronchitis Answered by Lucio Buland 1 month ago.

Bactrim is a different type of antibiotic. What it does is stop the bacteria from multiplying, it doesn't kill it. This, in turn, allows your body to fight off the infection itself. Bactrim may or may not clear up your infection. But, in my experience, even after a bladder infection is being treated, the urge and frequency is the last thing to go away. So, take the full course of antibiotics. If you don't feel significantly better by Monday, I would say get back to the doctor - especially with the bronchitis. Answered by Abbey Eidemiller 1 month ago.

I once suffered from Chronic Bronchitis. I would suffer sometimes 3 to 4 times per year! Usually when there was a major change in the pressure outside (I live in the north, and the temperature spikes and dips do wonders to chronic sufferers of bronchitis!). Each time I would get horrible hacking coughs, hoarking up green phlegm..it was so frustrating! The key to getting rid of your bronchitis is to find a way to completely eliminate the germs that are causing all the phlegm and irritation leading to your hoarking cough and heavy breathing. Keep reading to learn how to do kill these germs!! This page it will change your life and make you feel 100% better within just 24 hours! Answered by Freddie Trippel 1 month ago.

Hey- Call your doctor and ask them. But it's already the weekend by the time I'm answering this. Don't panick - it will be getting better soon, I'm sure, because these types of things eventually get better if they don't kill you! JOKING! You need to drink a lot of fluids - for both infections. For the bladder, drink cranberry juice - you can get the white kind that isn't as bitter. For the bronch. you might need a decongestant/cough formulation like Mucinex DM to help make your coughs more productive and also less painful/ frequent. Take Tylenol or other pain meds also. If you have an inhaler or you can get the doctor to give you a nebulizer treatment that would really help you feel better more quickly. Do not get a prednisone shot - but you can get the prednisone pills also. Good luck! Answered by Bridgette Sakakeeny 1 month ago.

I took Bactrim for a UTI a few weeks ago and I didn't feel any relief until the day I finished the Bactrim. So yeah it could definitely take a while. Buy some Azo, it helps with the pain (somewhat). Plus it makes your pee look like Kool-Aid Answered by Trula Plagman 1 month ago.

No, but AZO is awesome. Warning: it will make your pee bright orange the first 2 times. It works wonders though try it Answered by Lavon Helmich 1 month ago.


Bactrim For a Staph Infection ?
i am ising the Hydrocortizone cream for itching... the kind i have has anti itch stuff in it ... & it does itch bad. Asked by Lindsay Grindel 1 month ago.

i was bit by what appeared to be a spider bite, (point in center with ring of bumps from the center), about an inch up from the nape of my knee.. unfortuanatly it begain to swell & put pressure on my nearves & blood flow to lower leg... the dr. gave me no recomendations told me the swelling & pain was from a staph infection, & presribed Bactrim BidX14 days, i would prefer a more Natural remidy, in addition i take glugophage & spironolatine, which i'm consearned about the interactions with biactrim i am using neosporin, hydrocortizone cream & ice pacs, to treat the surface & swelling... but would still perfer a alternate to the biactrim if there is one Answered by Claretta Decinti 1 month ago.

Sorry to hear that you have received an injury. For starters... Bactrim will not affect the other medications that you are taking, dont worry about that. However... Bactrim is a strange antibiotic to prescribe for a suspected staph infection. Your doctor will be presuming staph because that is the most common infection you do receive when your skin is pierced. The swelling is of just as much concern as it can put pressure internally...as you are experiencing. 1. If we get a patient with a spider bite... we look at the area and only put the person on an antibiotic if the skin looks like it has a secondary infection like staph.. on it. 2. We use dressings to clean the area. An antiseptic by the name of povidine iodine or "Betadine" is the best one to clean up any skin problems. Dont pour it on without diluting it to at least half strength. It can also damage good skin that is trying to regenerate, however Betadine is known to kill all bacteria, including golden staph and other superbugs.. on contact for more than 20 seconds. But it MUST be diluted. And it should be used a few times a day, just wipe it on. 3. If it is a spider bite then you must be careful that the toxins in the bite dont spread - watch out for increased swelling... more than you have now... tingling of your toes.... coolness of your skin to touch.... lower than the bite mark. Any problems or strange feelings that your foot might have means you need to seek urgent attention so that your leg can be checked to ensure the nerves and circulation arent more compromised. 4. Ice packs are ok, and so is the neosporin ointment although it wont do much. The hydrocortisone cream will only reduce the surface swelling, and only a small degree. 5. Keep your leg elevated if possible, Apply a bandage if you can that may help in reducing the swelling. Some people find that bandages that support your legs are way too expensive in which case a cheaper, and just as effective alternative is some support stockings or pantyhose that you would be able to buy at any market or good store. Just ask what brand an air hostess would use. Hope this helps a bit. Answered by Nohemi Mcneer 1 month ago.

Bactrim For Staph Answered by Herschel Shroll 1 month ago.

Compared to other antibiotics, Bactrim has POOR coverage of Staph. The only indication, as another answerer said, is for community MRSA. Having said that, even for a diabetic, non MRSA Staph is much more common that MRSA. I generally treat with Bactrim only if (1) the patient has taken a better anti-Staph drug and is still infected, and 2) I feel thta the patient is reasonably at risk for MRSA. If your doctor feels that the bite was infected, then unfortunately there aren't any natural remedies that will kill the infection quickly. For a diabetic, any infection is serious. They need to be treated quickly with strong antibiotics. Answered by Deborah Idiart 1 month ago.

As a veteran of having all type of staph infections being born with a weak immune system (from Congenital Varicella Syndrome or getting Chicken Pox while in utero where I carry the virus and get chronically ill so staph is a common opportunistic infection for me) I would say to you like I'm telling my 20-yr old daughter who currently has her first staph boil (on her inner thigh) that she needs to clean the area with an anti-bacterial soap/water and wash her hands when possible (not just when necessary but every chance one can get as this bacterial infection is highly contagious). If the boil fills up within a 24 hour where you have a fever (usually when the pressure is unbearable) or you haven't shown any signs of healing in less than 7 days (either call to make a doctor appointment within 48 hours or go to the ER, especially when there's a fever). At one time in my early 20s I had 25+ staph infections on my right leg (all boils that needed to be lanced) within a two-year period. I also felt the need to comment on this also as I read a previous answer where a nurse advised that going to the hospital was unnecessary. I don't agree with that at all because if the area is not getting any better you can possibly be at risk for sepsis (which I almost died from listening to someone like that's advice early on) or if you get it around your eyes (and certain other organs) it could cause serious damage. When it got in both of my eyes had I not had IV treatment in 24 hours I would have been blind. Hydrocortizone, triple-antibiotic, neosporin are not strong enough to fight staph on its own. If it helps you keep from touching it then that is the best you can do (along with cleaning the area with preferably gloves & putting gauze over it where it can breathe). In your case it sounds like the prescription Bactroban ointment would be your best scenario since don't seem like you're in extreme pain and/or having a high fever. Almost any doctor can give that to you and if you have a financial issue they're are many doctors who will help you with that as well. If your staph persists then you should get it cultured to confirm which strand of staph it is. The only way cure to cure it at home is to let your body handle it on it's own (which usually involved a decent immune system, stress management, and no lingering other problems) and keeping it as clean as possible with little touching as possible. Be careful not to give it to anyone by being close to others (esp. young children, those with weakened immune system, and elderly people). My latest staph suggested it was a secondary issue to me having shingles again. Anyway, Itching thankfully is a sign of healing, so you seem like you and your body are on the right track. I really wish you the best of luck. Answered by Fran Iheme 1 month ago.

Bactim is a name for a fixed combination drug containing 2 antibacterials sulfa and trimethoprim..Treatment of a staph infection usually includes an antimicrobial drug that is resistant to penicillinase, an enzyme secreted by many species of staph. This is why your doctor prescribed it. Answered by Johna Rockefeller 1 month ago.

Just want to say I work in the medical field and I have had 5 cases of Staph and 1 case of MRSA and every time I got Bactrim and it worked great! Just saying. Answered by Florentina Stivason 1 month ago.

RE: Bactrim For a Staph Infection ? i was bit by what appeared to be a spider bite, (point in center with ring of bumps from the center), about an inch up from the nape of my knee.. unfortuanatly it begain to swell & put pressure on my nearves & blood flow to lower leg... the dr. gave me no recomendations told me the swelling &... Answered by Carri Seacrest 1 month ago.


Does bactrim work for acne?
i take bactrim for my acne and i want to know if it actually works and do i need to put anything else with it or just take the pill? Asked by Emilia Sandora 1 month ago.

Dry and/or greasy skin due to poor oil composition of the skin. Thick greasy oils clog pores, lack of oil leads to dryness and irritation. You need thin oils to moisturize while dissolving and clearing gunk in your poors. Try fish oil or seafood. 2 tsp fish oil a day or 4 servings of seafood a week. Stick it out for at least 2 months; it will take a long time to replace all your oil. Any effect after 1-2 days is temporary or random; so even if it makes you break out a little at first, you haven't given it a full try yet. In the short term you can wash and moisturize well, but that will only go so far. Plus excessive washing can be drying and excessive moisturizing can be clogging. Use a small amount of a light moisturizer, made with oil not jelly or grease. Often that means soybean oil or mineral oil. Mineral oil means mined from the ground. So soybean oil is usually better, though mineral oil won't cause too much harm. Clean with soap and water, not a harsh acne cleanser. Even then they only work so well. So you really need the seafood. Antibiotics aren't really good for bacteria long term, they'll come back in force after. Short term they may help. After you get off them find some kefir with acidophilus listed first or 2nd to replace the friendly bacteria they destroyed. Studies show less illness when you have these bacteria, even outside the stomach in places such as the lungs and elsewhere. You want friendly bacteria to fill the void when the antibiotics stop, not harmful ones. In the short term you might also try 100,000+ iu retinol vitamin A (a megadose, and too much for normal use) or one of the acne drugs that is similar to retinol vitamin A. It's some minor harm to your organs, but it helps against bacteria on your skin. At least it doesn't have the other long term drawbacks to your skin that antibiotics and many scrubs do. If you would like to learn how to treat your acne permanently and regain your health and wellbeing, without drugs, without typical acne treatments, and without any side effects, then this will be the most important letter you will ever read. Weird Trick Forces Your Body To Eliminate Your Acne Giving You Beautiful Clear Skin In 30-60 Days? Make sure your sound is turned on! Answered by Timothy Feldhake 1 month ago.

I Would Use Stuff That Cleans Out Your Pores Like Sea Breeze Astringent It Deep Cleans Your Pores Answered by Joshua Kendzierski 1 month ago.

Acne can be a massive soreness in the rear - or on your face, chest, neck, back, and entire body! Answered by Dolores Cordner 1 month ago.

Hi . TREATMENT OF ACNE (Self-Care at Home) 1• Wash once or twice daily with soap and water to remove excess oil from the skin. An acne cleanser purchased over-the-counter in any drug store can also be helpful. Avoid scrubbing too abrasively because this can actually irritate the skin and cause acne to worsen. 2• Over-the-counter acne medications can be used either at bedtime or during the day. Always follow the directions on any acne product. 3• Many cover-up products are available without a prescription to improve the appearance of blemishes while they have a chance to heal. Most work well and should not worsen acne. 4• Some cosmetics and other skin care products, however, can cause acne to worsen. Look for make-up, cosmetics, and skin care products labeled with the word noncomedogenic. This means that it does not cause or worsen acne. TREATMENT OF ACNE (Medical Treatment) Many treatment options are available to treat all forms of acne. Medications are the main treatment for acne and usually work well. Several preparations are available over-the-counter, while others require a prescription from a doctor. 1• Over-the-counter medications: Nonprescription or over-the-counter medications for acne are plentiful and can be effective for milder forms of acne. They come in the form of soaps, washes, and cleansers. ...1.a. Many contain benzoyl peroxide, which does two things. First, benzoyl peroxide kills the acne-causing bacteria, which are thought to play a role in acne. Second, benzoyl peroxide can cause drying and flaking off of skin, which can help prevent the pores from becoming plugged. Plugged pores can develop into acne blemishes. ...1.b. Scrubbing excessively with any over-the-counter preparation can actually cause acne to worsen by additionally irritating the hair follicles. 2• Prescription medications: Doctors can prescribe medications when acne becomes moderate to severe or is not controlled by over-the-counter medications. Prescription drugs can be used effectively alone or in combination with other prescription and nonprescription medications. ...2.a. Antibiotics: Antibiotics can be effective in treating most inflammatory acne (papules and pustules). They work by killing the bacteria and also by decreasing the redness and swelling seen in the inflammatory forms of acne. ......2.a.i. Antibiotics may be applied to the skin in the form of gels and lotions, or by way of pills. We now know that using a combination of 2 medications together may be very effective in treating acne. Using a topical antibiotic with topical benzoyl peroxide, for example, may prevent bacterial resistance to the antibiotic. Giving an antibiotic by mouth is often needed for acne that is more extensive, red, and tender. ......2.a.ii. Antibiotics taken by mouth can be associated with more side effects than if applied to the skin and may interact with other medicines such as birth control pills. Sensitivity to the sun can result in a "bad sunburn" in some people who take the antibiotic tetracycline by mouth. ...2.b. Retinoids: Medicines made from vitamin A (retinoids) are useful in treating several types of acne lesions. Topical retinoids are effective in treating the noninflammatory types of acne (blackheads and whiteheads). ......2.b.i. Topical retinoids (applied directly to the skin) help to open clogged pores by creating a mild peeling effect. Drying of the skin can be a frequent side effect. Oral retinoids are reserved for treating the more extensive nodular type of acne or severe inflammatory acne, which has not responded to other treatments. Oral retinoids not only have a peeling effect but also decrease the production of oil. ......2.b.ii. They can also be associated with a number of serious side effects including birth defects in babies of women who become pregnant while taking the medicine. They can also cause elevated blood fats (triglycerides) and damage to the liver. Your doctor may recommend certain blood tests to check for these problems (and to make sure you are not pregnant) if you are given oral retinoids. Depression and suicidal thoughts have been reported while taking oral retinoids. ......2.b.iii. A combination preparation, known as Epiduo gel, containing both the retinoid adapalene and benzoyl peroxide, was approved by the U.S. FDA in December 2008. The once-daily prescription treatment was approved for use in patients 12 years of age and older. ...2.c. Other medications: A doctor may recommend other types of drugs or therapy to improve acne. For women, medications such as birth control pills or certain "water pills" may be helpful. These drugs counteract the acne-causing effect of male hormones. Newer treatments for acne include the use of light or zinc. Your doctor can advise you whether these types of acne therapy might be good for you. Take Care. Regards. Answered by Garnett Mangine 1 month ago.


What is the difference between bactrim ds and cipro 500mg?
Which one is stronger? Thanks for your answers! Asked by Refugio Leonetti 1 month ago.

Bactrim, an antibacterial combination drug, is prescribed for the treatment of certain urinary tract infections, severe middle ear infections in children, long-lasting or frequently recurring bronchitis in adults that has increased in seriousness, inflammation of the intestine due to a severe bacterial infection, and travelers' diarrhea in adults. Bactrim is also prescribed for the treatment of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, and for prevention of this type of pneumonia in people with weakened immune systems. Cipro is an antibiotic used to treat infections of the lower respiratory tract, the abdomen, the skin, the bones and joints, and the urinary tract, including cystitis (bladder inflammation) in women. It is also prescribed for severe sinus or bronchial infections, infectious diarrhea, typhoid fever, inhalational anthrax, infections of the prostate gland, and some sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea. Additionally, some doctors prescribe Cipro for certain serious ear infections, tuberculosis, and some of the infections common in people with AIDS. Answered by Guy Braucks 1 month ago.

Bactrim ds is a combo of 2 antibiotic (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) Use to treat bacterial infection : UTI, bronchitis, ear infections, diarrhea (traveler's dirrahea), pneumocystis carinii pneumonia. Very important to remember..., if you are allergic to sulfa, make sure you let your doctor know about this. As with a lot of antibiotic, caution also especially if you have problems with your liver and kidneys. This type of drug can also potentiate or increase the effect of anticoagulants (coumadin)thus the increase risk for bleeding, as well as antidiabetic medication, so if you take diabetic medication, watch for low blood sugar. When taking this medication, wear sun protection because this med causes photosensitivity. Cipro is a broad spectrum antibiotic (fluoroquinolones group) that attacks bacterial cell DNA structure thus inhibiting bacterial replication. Used as last resort if possible since it is a broad spectrum antibiotic. Use in the treatment of lower respiratory tract infections, UTIs, E-coli, skin and skin structure infections, bone and joint infections, intra-abdominal infections, and gonorrhea. Dose ranges from 250mg, 500mg, 750mg, 1000mg, They also come in XR (extended release) form. Hope this helps. Answered by Moon Manzano 1 month ago.

Bactrim Vs Cipro Answered by Tristan Taney 1 month ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: What is the difference between bactrim ds and cipro 500mg? Which one is stronger? Thanks for your answers! Answered by Verdie Amici 1 month ago.

These are completely different drugs. both are antibiotics. cipro is a newer drug, stronger depends on what you are using it for. Answered by Meridith Meireles 1 month ago.


What is the difference between Bactrim DS and just Bactrim?
Asked by Ina Tutela 1 month ago.

Bactrim DS is Double Strength and is taken half as often: Bactrim is one of many brand names for a common antibiotic combination containing trimethoprim (TMP) and sulfamethoxazole (SMX) in a fixed combination at a 1:5 ratio, either 80 mg TMP plus 400 mg SMX (called Bactrim), or a double-strength tablet (called Bactrim DS) containing 160 mg TMP plus 800 mg SMX. The DS form is taken every twelve hours (twice a day). The "single strength" form, Bactrim, has half as much and is taken twice as often (four times a day). Answered by Graig Wynkoop 1 month ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: What is the difference between Bactrim DS and just Bactrim? Answered by Charla Diercks 1 month ago.

Bactrim ds is a combo of 2 antibiotic (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) Use to treat bacterial infection : UTI, bronchitis, ear infections, diarrhea (traveler's dirrahea), pneumocystis carinii pneumonia. Very important to remember..., if you are allergic to sulfa, make sure you let your doctor know about this. As with a lot of antibiotic, caution also especially if you have problems with your liver and kidneys. This type of drug can also potentiate or increase the effect of anticoagulants (coumadin)thus the increase risk for bleeding, as well as antidiabetic medication, so if you take diabetic medication, watch for low blood sugar. When taking this medication, wear sun protection because this med causes photosensitivity. Cipro is a broad spectrum antibiotic (fluoroquinolones group) that attacks bacterial cell DNA structure thus inhibiting bacterial replication. Used as last resort if possible since it is a broad spectrum antibiotic. Use in the treatment of lower respiratory tract infections, UTIs, E-coli, skin and skin structure infections, bone and joint infections, intra-abdominal infections, and gonorrhea. Dose ranges from 250mg, 500mg, 750mg, 1000mg, They also come in XR (extended release) form. Hope this helps. Answered by Lakisha Marohnic 1 month ago.

Bactrim Single Strength Answered by Odell Stefaniak 1 month ago.

Don't have a lot to add to the accurate information that's been posted, except that it's available as a generic. If your healthcare professional prescribes it, please take the entire dose that's prescribed, even if you're feeling better partway through that bottle of pills (and that DS size of pill can be a big one). Answered by Gilda Derrico 1 month ago.


Generic Bactrim for Acne?
Well, I didn't talk to my doctor about this as he prescribed it because I didn't know about the risks then. He said that I might get a rash but that was it. Also, I am currently on a topical medication and a topical antibiotic for my acne already. Asked by Danielle Mosha 1 month ago.

Hello! I have been on multiple topical medications for my acne for about three years now. I went to my doctor yesterday to get some more help with it and he prescribed me Sulfamethoxazole-TMP SS which is generic for Bactrim 400-80 mg tablet. I'm quite worried about taking this for two reasons. Number one, I've seen MANY people online say that it caused them a SEVERE allergic reaction and that they needed to be taken to the ER for treatment. Number two, my mother is allergic to Sulfa which is in this medication. My question is, have you been on Bactrim? Did you have a bad reaction to it? Can I be allergic to it since my mother is? Thank you very much for your help! Answered by Corrie Steitz 1 month ago.

Bactrim for Acne? Really. You should have mentioned your concerns to the prescribing physician. I too would be cautious to take Bactrim especially if my mother was allergic to its components. Most physicians will prescribe a "cyline" oral antibiotic along with a topical acne medication. Tetracycline, doxycline, erythromycin... or even antibiotics like Augmentin or Z-Pack (zethromycin). Call your physician, tell him/her about your concerns and with his advise, continue or discontinue the Bactrim. Good Luck. ***If your physician see's no harm besides the rash, then take it (with food) and monitor your response to the med. Do it in the morning rather than at night; just in case (doubtful though) of a side effect. I hope your acne improves with the combination therapy. Good luck to you. Answered by Sharri Shankle 1 month ago.

Dry and/or greasy skin due to poor oil composition of the skin. Thick greasy oils clog pores, lack of oil leads to dryness and irritation. You need thin oils to moisturize while dissolving and clearing gunk in your poors. Try fish oil or seafood. 2 tsp fish oil a day or 4 servings of seafood a week. Stick it out for at least 2 months; it will take a long time to replace all your oil. Any effect after 1-2 days is temporary or random; so even if it makes you break out a little at first, you haven't given it a full try yet. In the short term you can wash and moisturize well, but that will only go so far. Plus excessive washing can be drying and excessive moisturizing can be clogging. Use a small amount of a light moisturizer, made with oil not jelly or grease. Often that means soybean oil or mineral oil. Mineral oil means mined from the ground. So soybean oil is usually better, though mineral oil won't cause too much harm. Clean with soap and water, not a harsh acne cleanser. Even then they only work so well. So you really need the seafood. Antibiotics aren't really good for bacteria long term, they'll come back in force after. Short term they may help. After you get off them find some kefir with acidophilus listed first or 2nd to replace the friendly bacteria they destroyed. Studies show less illness when you have these bacteria, even outside the stomach in places such as the lungs and elsewhere. You want friendly bacteria to fill the void when the antibiotics stop, not harmful ones. In the short term you might also try 100,000+ iu retinol vitamin A (a megadose, and too much for normal use) or one of the acne drugs that is similar to retinol vitamin A. It's some minor harm to your organs, but it helps against bacteria on your skin. At least it doesn't have the other long term drawbacks to your skin that antibiotics and many scrubs do. If you would like to learn how to treat your acne permanently and regain your health and wellbeing, without drugs, without typical acne treatments, and without any side effects, then this will be the most important letter you will ever read. Weird Trick Forces Your Body To Eliminate Your Acne Giving You Beautiful Clear Skin In 30-60 Days? Make sure your sound is turned on! Answered by Eugene Kryst 1 month ago.

I can see that you're tremendously fearful to do away with your pimples. But, earlier than I can say whatever, have you ever attempted going off the all of the merchandise and give up stressing to look if they're inflicting your pimples. A even as in the past, i used to be utilizing a treatment that I proposal helps me however I got here off of it and all my pimples disappeared (for a question of time, of path, after which they got here again D: ). Try utilizing only a washcloth for a couple of days and notice in case your pimples improves. If it is not the goods that's making you holiday out, then appear at outside elements. Stress, a foul atmosphere, or no longer sufficient undertaking too can play a position. If you bought that maintained, now we will appear on the whole main issue. I quite believe that you are utilizing too many harsh merchandise. Try anything soothing, like a masks. I love traditional therapies and I quite believe that honey is you exceptional guess. Put on a honey and cinnamon masks for so long as you desire (half-hour no less than) to restrict pimples (considering the fact that they have got antibacterial houses that kill pimples inflicting micro organism) and deal with scarring (it makes it possible for epidermis to breed swiftly and successfully). Wash it off lightly, in a round movement considering the fact that the cinnamon have exfoliating houses that may support with scarring. Then, on the finish of the day, after getting cleansed your face, follow apple cider vinegar as a toner. Apple cider vinegar have antibacterial houses and too can fade pimples scars and frequently stability the shade of your face. Afterwards, depart the toner on and placed on a few further virgin olive oil as a moisturizer. It has remedy, soothing and antibacterial houses so they can provide you epidermis radiance, softness and an total glow. Sleep with it on. You can placed your treatment on earlier than striking at the vinegar and the oil. I strongly recommend utilizing it as soon as with simply the traditional merchandise and a washcloth to look if it offers you a larger effect. By the best way, please please please do not use any of those merchandise in case your allergic. Best of good fortune, from a fellow pimples patient. Answered by Buck Elmore 1 month ago.


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