What is the difference between bactrim ds and cipro 500mg?
Which one is stronger? Thanks for your answers!
Asked by Jimmie Yuste 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 Angelena Daponte 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 Venus Ospital 1 month ago.
Bactrim Vs Cipro Answered by Iluminada Corbi 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 Jenna Vold 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 Aaron Hielscher 1 month ago.
will bactrim ds treat a yeast infection?
Asked by Teddy Khn 1 month ago.
no actually it can help to make it WORSE u need a pill called dilfuican it works overnite call and ask ur doc Answered by Jacqulyn Kiesling 1 month ago.
bactrim is used for treating sinus infections so no longer likely that this occurred whilst on the medicine; inspite of the undeniable fact that it does comprise a sulfur element and this might reason a large number of area effects such because of the fact the only's defined inspite of the undeniable fact that, its additionally plausible it is unrelated. i might provide the prescribing service a heads up with what's happening Answered by Andreas Gabrielli 1 month ago.
No. That is an antibiotic and can cause yeast. You need mycostatin if you have vaginal yeast. Plus you need to eat as much yogurt as possible. It helps counterattack the yeast. Answered by Jason Barrish 1 month ago.
What is the milligram of bactrim ds 800-160 tab?
thanks daddyrx!! :)
Asked by Nia Ferrebee 1 month ago.
Bactrim and Bactrim DS have two components to them. Bactrim is 400mg sulfamethoxazole and 80mg trimethoprim, and Bactrim DS is 800mg sulfamethoxazole and 160mg trimethoprim. While both Bactrim and Macrodantin (nitrofurantoin) treat UTI's, they aren't interchangeable. Answered by Harvey Landing 1 month ago.
It's both 800 mg of sulfamethoxasole AND 160 mg of trimethoprim. Macrodantin is pretty good, too. The two may or may not be comparable depending on your condition, the bug in your pee, and local drug resistance patterns. Answered by Santo Kendal 1 month ago.
Take with food and glass of milk. if it keeps up call the dr for a different antibiotic Answered by Roderick Spratlin 1 month ago.
would Bactrim make you fell a pee test Answered by Mammie Ferrales 1 month ago.
Bactrim ds help? Please?
So I have been taking bactrim ds for about 4 days twice a day for an infected toe and since iv been taking it Iv had headaches and sinus problems could bactrim ds be the problem
Asked by Vernon Leisinger 1 month ago.
The common side effects shared by all antibiotics are nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea (loose stools) and rash but headache and sinus problems are not side effects of Bactrim or Bactrim DS. In fact, headache is a frequent symptom of sinusitis. Answered by Cruz Rax 1 month ago.
Dry and/or greasy dermis because of bad oil composition of the epidermis. Thick greasy oils clog pores, lack of oil leads to dryness and inflammation. You want thin oils to moisturize at the same time dissolving and clearing gunk in your poors. Are trying fish oil or seafood. 2 tsp fish oil a day or four servings of seafood every week. Stick it out for at least 2 months; it's going to take a long time to replace all your oil. Any result after 1-2 days is transitority or random; so even if it makes you get away just a little in the beginning, you have not given it a full are trying but. Within the short term which you could wash and moisturize good, however so that it will handiest go to this point. Plus excessive washing can be drying and excessive moisturizing can be clogging. Use a small amount of a gentle moisturizer, made with oil not jelly or grease. Most often that suggests soybean oil or mineral oil. Mineral oil way mined from the bottom. So soybean oil is mostly better, though mineral oil is not going to cause too much damage. Clean with cleaning soap and water, now not a harsh pimples cleaner. Even then they just work so good. So you really want the seafood. Antibiotics don't seem to be particularly good for bacteria long term, they are going to come again in drive after. Quick term they may aid. After you get off them in finding some kefir with acidophilus listed first or 2nd to switch the friendly micro organism they destroyed. Experiences show less ailment if in case you have these micro organism, even external the belly in areas such as the lungs and in different places. You want pleasant bacteria to fill the void when the antibiotics stop, now not harmful ones. Within the brief time period you could also are trying 100,000+ iu retinol vitamin A (a megadose, and an excessive amount of for typical use) or one of the crucial pimples drugs that is just like retinol vitamin A. It's some minor harm to your organs, but it helps against micro organism to your skin. At least it doesn't have the other long term drawbacks to your epidermis that antibiotics and many scrubs do. If you would like to gain knowledge of how to deal with your acne completely and regain your wellbeing and wellbeing, with out drugs, without normal zits therapies, and without any aspect effects, then this would be the main letter you will ever learn. Weird Trick Forces Your body To do away with Your acne providing you with stunning Clear epidermis In 30-60 Days? Ensure your sound is became on! Answered by Lester Casaliggi 1 month ago.
bactrim is used for treating sinus infections so unlikely that this happened while on the medication; however it does contain a sulfur portion and this can cause a multitude of side effects such as the one's described However, its also possible it is unrelated. I'd give the prescribing provider a heads up with what's going on Answered by Maurice Couchenour 1 month ago.
could be - or it could be something else. best to tell your doctor! Answered by Verlene Miracle 1 month ago.
Can i take bactrim ds twice?
because my doc gave me a bottle for 14 days, for a staph infection not mrsa! and the infection came back a month later somewhere else on my leg...should i take something stronger or give the bactrim ds another try?
Asked by Lavonda Pretti 1 month ago.
I work with people who suffer from Staphylococcus aureus and MRSA/VRSA infections. Most of these people have taken Bactrim DS at some time during their failed treatments. On a personal basis, I think Bactrim DS is quite useless in tackling Staph. aureus infections and only builds stepping stones for further antibiotic resistance. You don't need to take stronger antibiotics, you need to take something that works! We have a 100% record in eradication, so if you would like to try something else, why not visit the site and mail us from there? Send a contact number and we will assist you with your condition. No charges! Answered by Charlotte Tavella 1 month ago.
What can be used to calm the red burning rash caused by bactrim ds?
I took Bactrim for the flu.Now I'm suffering with miserable hives! Can't sleep because of it! Was told by the doctor to take Benadryl and it isn't doing a thing to stop the burning pain!Please help
Asked by Amalia Sperazza 1 month ago.
You are having a severe reaction to the Bactrim DS..(I can't believe they are still prescribing this)..The reaction is very severe and can be fatal.. and I would suggest you stop taking the medicine NOW..Drink you LOTS of water now..Call your Dr and tell them about your reaction to this horrible drug!!. Your doctor should give you something to help you.All I know is an oatmeal bath(grind one cup of raw oatmeal and add to warm bath water), Soak for 15-20 min.Be careful, water will be slippery..Rinse and pat skin dry..You can eat yogurt to help replace the good bacteria that Bactrim destroyed.. Addition: You are probably dehydrated..Drinking a couple of glasses of water now will help. Answered by Mackenzie Lauw 1 month ago.
Sounds more like baby acne which will come and go with pimply looking spots. Just wash in clear water and it will clear up on it's own, don't use any soaps or moisturizers until it does clear. I'm sure you are going to wash the gown but I have a feeling it's probably just a coincidence. Baby acne will come and go at any time for the next 6 months. Just the hormones coming out of her system and adjusting to life in the air instead of the amniotic fluid. edit - Bugsey is right, breastmilk might help! And it certainly won't hurt. Answered by Shawn Cabana 1 month ago.
Strep belly button infection not responding to bactrim ds treatment?
went for f/u w/ dr on Thursday, ran another culture to confirm strep. prescribed augmentin 4x's a day. tech answer had me a bit concerned...if i start meds today will it beat this in time? didn't know it could be life threatening.
Asked by Randi Goergen 1 month ago.
I have been seen for a belly button infection that after swab of puss was found to be a strep infection. dr put me on antiobiotic regimine of Bactrim DS for 14 days. today is day 10 and the infection is still present along w/ blood. Looking for insight as to what else could be going on if antibiotic isn't working and there is still blood? Answered by Madalene Baity 1 month ago.
I would not have chosen to treat a Streptococcus-induced skin infection with Bactrim. It would not be a drug of choice. First choice would be amoxicillin or Augmentin (amoxicillin/potassium clavulanate ) or a cephalosporin (1st generation would be fine). Alternatives are: ampicillin/sulbactam (Unasyn), clindamycin or vancomycin or erythromycin- clarithromycin (Biaxin) - azithromycin (Zithromax). This all hinges on the sensitivity pattern and the Group designation of the Strep (Group A,B, C, G, S, etc). You need to revisit the physician; report the negative effect of the Bactrim and have him/her try another antibiotic. Bactrim may have been the first choice since Staphylococcus aureus comes to mind first when considering cellulitis infections. I wouldn't wait long to follow up with your doctor. Streptococcus can be a fast moving infection with dire consequences. Answered by Clifford Mirra 1 month ago.
particular your little you possibly can get yeast on the floor--this might look everywhere on the physique. call your record's workplace and communicate with the nurse. He/she would be able to propose on what to do. Antibiotics are frequently the perpetrator greater advantageous than the scientific care while it is composed of yeast. interior the propose time attempt to maintain her face as dry as achieveable. Answered by Daniel Eskind 1 month ago.
The infection could be resistant to the antibiotic that you've been prescribed. Maybe you could try a different antibiotic. Answered by Latasha Dhamer 1 month ago.
Certainly not the drug of choice. Effective treatment would be a penicillin (if not allergic) or a cephalosporin. Answered by Toccara Courtoy 1 month ago.
My wife wants know if it is ok to take panlor ss and bactrim ds at the same time?
Asked by Margit Collymore 1 month ago.
bactrim ds is a sulfonamide antibiotic, and as far as I can find, its use is not contraindicated with panlor ss. A website about Panlor ss had a list of medications that interact with it on it and sulfonamides were not listed. Answered by Ka Hecker 1 month ago.
1. first of all, never take meds not prescribed by your physician. 2. Before taking any meds ask your doc will they interact. 3. ask pharmacy for a printout of info on each med. 4. never ever take anyone else's meds prescribed or over the counter. 5. safety first or risk your health. Answered by Miquel Zeimantz 1 month ago.
Can dogs take augmentin or Bactrim Ds?
My dog has a rash on some spots of her body. I did some research and it said I can give human pills to dogs to help with rashes and much more. All I want to know is, how many milligrams should my dog take of the augmentin or the Bactrim Ds. My dog weighs from 90-100 pounds. How many pills should she take and how...
Asked by Ed Mohorovich 1 month ago.
My dog has a rash on some spots of her body. I did some research and it said I can give human pills to dogs to help with rashes and much more. All I want to know is, how many milligrams should my dog take of the augmentin or the Bactrim Ds. My dog weighs from 90-100 pounds. How many pills should she take and how long? Please answer. It would really help. Answered by Nieves Hastin 1 month ago.
Just as your human doctor would tell you DO NOT self medicate. Do you know EXACTLY what the rash is? Have you done a skin scraping and read it under a microscope to rule out parasites such as mange? have you done a fungal culture to rule out ringworm? Is it a food allergy? Flea allergy? Unless you can positively answer all of these questions do not give you dog any antibiotics. Augmentin (amoxicillin) is a broad spectrum antibiotic and relatively safe, however, use of amoxicillin where it is not indicated can result in resistance to the drug. Bactrim (SMZ-TMP Sulfa/Trimethoprim) is an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections such as gastric bacteria, URIs, and skin infections. But since you cannot be sure WHAT your dog has ( or if it even IS an infection) I would contact a vet. As a technician, I cannot ethically give you dosages of prescription medication, especially over the internet...nor would a vet worth their salt. Answered by Youlanda Twelves 1 month ago.
Bactrim For Dogs Answered by Sixta Spanier 1 month ago.