Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 012715/002.

Names and composition

"GANTANOL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of SULFAMETHOXAZOLE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
012715/002 GANTANOL SULFAMETHOXAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 500MG
013664/002 GANTANOL SULFAMETHOXAZOLE SUSPENSION/ORAL 500MG per 5ML

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012715/002 GANTANOL SULFAMETHOXAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 500MG
012715/003 GANTANOL-DS SULFAMETHOXAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 1GM
013664/002 GANTANOL SULFAMETHOXAZOLE SUSPENSION/ORAL 500MG per 5ML
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087189/001 SULFAMETHOXAZOLE SULFAMETHOXAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 500MG
087307/001 UROBAK SULFAMETHOXAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 500MG
087662/001 SULFAMETHOXAZOLE SULFAMETHOXAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 500MG

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Why would someone take the medications, Cipro and gantanol?
I"ve had medical problems for years and found these two medications, in the bathroom, that belonged to my roommate. Asked by Matilda Riggleman 1 year ago.

Bacterial infections, particularly UTI's, are treated with gantanol (sulfamethoxazole) and cipro (ciprofloxacin). However, using these without a valid prescription is at best inadvisable, and at worst, dangerous. Cipro belongs to a class of drugs called fluoroquinolones, which have several serious side effects tied to them, notably seizures and tendon rupture, and drug interactions occur with both drugs, particularly in regards to warfarin. Answered by Marni Afshari 1 year ago.

They are for infections. Gantanol is used for the treatment of malaria (in combination with quinine sulfate and pyrimethamine), conjunctivitis (inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eye) due to chlamydia, toxoplasmosis (in combination with pyrimethamine), and urinary tract infections (UTI). Cipro is used to treat different types of bacterial infections. It may also be used to prevent or slow anthrax after exposure. Answered by Brant Palfreyman 1 year ago.


Order: Gantanol Suspension?
Order: Gantanol Suspension 1 g po 1 g = 1000mg Label: Gantanol Suspension 500mg/5ml1 teaspoon = 5 ml How many teaspoons would you give? can I use the cross multiply formula to do this problem? Asked by Mirtha Mizuno 1 year ago.

2 teaspoons. Each 5 ml teaspoon = 500 mgs. 500x2 = 1000 Answered by Helaine Raridon 1 year ago.


Help Please nurses will likely be able to answer this question!?
I need help with this question : The doctor orders Gantanol Suapension for Angela. On hand 375 mg/ml. She is to take 375 mg BID for 10 days.A.How many ml's will Angela take for each dosage?B. How many ml's will you dispense?Please explain what to do as well as tell what the answer is please and... Asked by Rafael Hoggard 1 year ago.

I need help with this question : The doctor orders Gantanol Suapension for Angela. On hand 375 mg/ml. She is to take 375 mg BID for 10 days. A.How many ml's will Angela take for each dosage? B. How many ml's will you dispense? Please explain what to do as well as tell what the answer is please and thank you!!!! Answered by Senaida Blanquet 1 year ago.

The order is for Angela to take 375mg per dose. Thus, the suspension is 375mg/ml (it has 375mg of Gantanol per 1 milliliter) -- So 1ml (one milliliter) would be given PER dose. It is instructed to be given BID -- BID means twice per day. (These abbreviations are mostly Latin terms. You don't necessarily need to know this but BID (b.i.d.) stands for the Latin "bis in die" - but most just think of BID = Twice per day. Thus you would give this medication, well, twice a day (typically 12 hours apart, but this can vary). So: A: 1ml B: (If they are asking total.. for ALL 10 days) you would dispense 20ml total. As BID = Twice per day. You would dispense 1ml twice a day, which would equal 2ml per day. This is instructed for 10 days therefore 2ml x 10 days = 20ml total. Hope that helps, Answered by Minta Schwinn 1 year ago.


What is it Sulfamethoxazole and use?
Asked by Shaunte January 1 year ago.

GENERIC NAME: sulfamethoxazole BRAND NAME: Gantanol DRUG CLASS AND MECHANISM: Sulfamethoxazole is an anti- bacterial sulfonamide. It prevents the formation of dihydrofolic acid, a compound that bacteria must be able to make in order to survive. Although it was once a very useful antibiotic, it is almost obsolete as a single agent today due to the development of bacterial resistance to its effects. Sulfamethoxazole is now used primarily in combination with trimethoprim, a combination product known as Bactrim or Septra. Sulfamethoxazole was approved by the FDA in 1961. PRESCRIBED FOR: Sulfamethoxazole is used for the treatment of malaria (in combination with quinine sulfate and pyrimethamine), conjunctivitis (inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eye) due to chlamydia, toxoplasmosis (in combination with pyrimethamine), and urinary tract infections (UTI). It is also used in a drug called BACTRIM - sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) Tablets which bactrim is also used as an antibiotic. I personally have used bactrim for UTI (Urinary tract infections, ear infections, certain types of pneumonia. This drug is only to be used when the physician is 100% sure it is a bacteria infection causing they symptoms. Hope this helps ya. Answered by Lyman Holk 1 year ago.

Yeah....I see them prescribed together all the time. And Tramadol is not very strong anyway. Answered by Angeline Pauda 1 year ago.

antibiotic, used frequently for urinary tract infections, STD's, skin infections Answered by Tena Gessner 1 year ago.


Is sulfamethoxazole making her sick?
My friend had been taking sulfamethoxazole for a uti from swimming in the Potomac River. While taking them, she felt really sick( like she had the Nora Virus) and couldn't eat while taking the huge pills. She also nearly choked to death on one of the pills. She stopped using it when she nearly barfed in her... Asked by Emmanuel Champney 1 year ago.

My friend had been taking sulfamethoxazole for a uti from swimming in the Potomac River. While taking them, she felt really sick( like she had the Nora Virus) and couldn't eat while taking the huge pills. She also nearly choked to death on one of the pills. She stopped using it when she nearly barfed in her bed. She is not allergic to the medicine or anything else that could cause her to feel sick. As soon as she stopped taking them, she felt a lot better. Also, she hasn't had sex, and she did not feel any of the symptoms of a uti such as itching, burning, etc. Please help Answered by Wilhemina Boehringer 1 year ago.

Sulfamethoxazole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sulfamethoxazole Cached Mechanism of action| Side effects| Notes| References Sulfamethoxazole (abbreviated SMZ or SMX) is a sulfonamide bacteriostatic antibiotic. It is most often used as part of a synergistic combination with trimethoprim in ... sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol, Gantanol DS) - drug class ... www.medicinenet.com/sulfamethoxazole/art... Cached Clarifies the medication sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol, Gantanol DS), a drug used for the treatment of malaria, conjunctivitis, toxoplasmosis and urinary tract infections. Sulfamethoxazole sulfamethoxazole.org Cached Information on Sulfamethoxazole for consumers and professionals including usage guidelines, clinical pharmacology of Sulfamethoxazole, side effects, warnings and ... SULFAMETHOXAZOLE/TRIMETHOPRIM- ORAL (Bactrim, Bethaprim ... www.medicinenet.com/sulfamethoxazole_wit... Cached Consumer information about the medication SULFAMETHOXAZOLE/TRIMETHOPRIM- ORAL (Bactrim, Bethaprim, Cotrim, Septra), includes side effects, drug interactions ... Sulfamethoxazole/Trimethoprim (Oral Route) - MayoClinic.com www.mayoclinic.com/health/drug-informati... Cached Sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim combination is used to treat infections such as urinary tract infections, middle ear infections (otitis media ... Sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim Facts and Comparisons at Drugs.com www.drugs.com/cdi/sulfamethoxazole-trime... Cached All about sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim. View complete and up to date sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim information - part of the Drugs.com trusted medication database. Sulfamethoxazole - brand name list from Drugs.com www.drugs.com/ingredient/sulfamethoxazol... Cached Lists the various brand names available for medicines containing sulfamethoxazole. Find information on sulfamethoxazole use, treatment, drug class and molecular formula. sulfamethoxazole - definition of sulfamethoxazole in the ... medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com... Cached sulfamethoxazole. Pharmacology A sulfonamide used for UTIs or, with trimethoprim for PCP. See Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole. Septra (Trimethoprim and Sulfamethoxazole) Drug Information ... www.rxlist.com/septra-drug.htm Cached Learn about the prescription medication Septra (Trimethoprim and Sulfamethoxazole), drug uses, dosage, side effects, drug interactions, warnings, reviews and patient ... sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim Oral : Uses, Side Effects ... www.webmd.com/drugs/mono-9071-SULFAMETHO... Cached Find patient medical information for sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim Oral on WebMD including its uses, side effects and safety, interactions, pictures, warnings and ... Also Try sulfamethoxazole tmpsulfamethoxazole tmp drug sulfamethoxazole trimethoprimsulfamethoxazole tmp ds t sulfamethoxazole side effectssulfamethoxazole tmp ds tabitp sulfamethoxazole drugsulfamethoxazole tmp ds Answered by Lynwood Kipp 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of a antideressant that works like abilify but starts with a g?
my doctor gave me a script and i can't remember what it is. but i know that is starts with a g. Asked by Lashanda Kach 1 year ago.

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The only one I can think of is Geodon but it isn't an antidepressant. It is a psych drug used a lot in treatment of bipolar disorder but is a mood stabilizing drug so he may have prescribed it to you for that use. Answered by Jackeline Pardall 1 year ago.


I'm which medicines are sulpha drugs found?
I'm allergic to it.. Please help Asked by Amberly Jedik 1 year ago.

The sulfa family of drugs includes sulfadiazine, sulfamethizole (brand name: Thiosulfil Forte), sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), and various high-strength combinations of three sulfonamides. Check with your doctor or pharmacist for specific details. Answered by Bell Barboza 1 year ago.

All medicines, both for internal and external use, that have a sulpha (or sulfa) in their chemical name contain sulphur and hence must not be used by people allergic to this agent. Answered by Letitia Boike 1 year ago.

Sufa is found in sulfa containing antibiotic medicines and creams. Deathly allergic to it here too. Answered by Cherrie Zinno 1 year ago.

. Sulfadiazine and trimethoprim combination is used to treat urinary tract infections. Sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim combination is used to treat infections, such as bronchitis, middle ear infection, urinary tract infection, and traveler's diarrhea. It is also used for the prevention and treatment of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP). These medicines will not work for colds, flu, or other virus infections. They may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Answered by Petra Spicer 1 year ago.

they are a class of antibiotic Answered by Alfonso Sidur 1 year ago.


I had a ringworm infection?
I wouldn't call it a doctor, more like a prescriber... She gave me the following, and which I have been taking:Cream MedicationCephalexinand Sulfamethoxazole-TMP DS TabletI've been missing regular days though, where I didnt even feel like taking the medication, but then after realizing it was... Asked by Kanisha Coslan 1 year ago.

I wouldn't call it a doctor, more like a prescriber... She gave me the following, and which I have been taking: Cream Medication Cephalexin and Sulfamethoxazole-TMP DS Tablet I've been missing regular days though, where I didnt even feel like taking the medication, but then after realizing it was important, I started taking it again... Not only that, I do have night time medication that I have been taking..., and for some reason to me, if it occured if I do take all 'four' medications at once, wouldn't you consider that as a drug overdose? I aint tryna let that happen to me... Answered by Regenia Radulescu 1 year ago.

Perhaps... did you go see a doctor? And why are you taking antibiotics? You should take some anthelmintics (antiworm drugs) instead. But consult a doctor first for the right dosage. Edit: What's with all those medications? Seriously man, you should go see a real doctor. Sulfamethoxazole - A sulfonamide (trade name Gantanol) used to treat infections (especially infections of the urinary tract) Cephalexin - An oral cephalosporin (trade names Keflex and Keflin and Keftab) commonly prescribe for mild to moderately severe infections of the skin or ears or throat or lungs or urinary tract. I'm not really that familiar with medicines, but do these definitions have something to do with your problem? Answered by Carmina Mcgroarty 1 year ago.

The medication you are taking, which you didn't name, should have an information sheet with uses, warnings, cautions, side effects, overdosing, and additional information. If you have discarded the sheet, call the pharmacy where your prescription was filled and talk with the pharmacist. What you are feeling may or may not be okay. Call as soon as possible. Hope you're better soon. Answered by Lesa Zander 1 year ago.

1. Antibiotics do not kill ring-worms. They are for killing microbes, and not parasitic worms. 2. Ring worms are not skin infection. 3. The best is to consult your doctor, as it might be allergy to medications. Answered by Rosalie Livings 1 year ago.

try ring gurad,or consult a doctor. Answered by Jeremiah Mofford 1 year ago.


WHAT DOES DUNKINGG ALCOHOL DO WITH ANTIBIOTIC TAKING?
what happens if you take some wine for example while you are taking antibiotic? Asked by Rob Stoyle 1 year ago.

I dont know about dunking my antibiotics into alcohol......or did you mean drinking? Drinking alcohol while on Antibiotics will not lessen the effect of Antibiotics, Wine will have some interactions with certain antibiotics. Sulfonamide antibiotics interacts with wine because the type of alcohol in wine. This can lead to upset stomach, vomiting, sweating, headache, and an increased heartbeat. Do not drink wine while taking antibiotics. Some antibiotics that interact with wine include sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra), and others Answered by Kellee Beauregard 1 year ago.

This was on a TV show the other day. Antibiotics are actually ok to have with alcohol, the reason doctors tell you not to do it dates back to when lots of it was prescribed for syphilis. You see, during the first week of antibiotic treatment syphilis is apparently still contagious so the thinking was that if men didn't get drunk, they wouldn't go out and have sex. Doctors still tell us not to take alcohol to this day purely because it's a healthier way to live. Answered by Melida Mozak 1 year ago.

Alcohol is a diuretic which causes the body to expel fluid. Now, antibiotics work by building up in your system. When you consume alcohol is flushes them from your body. Hence, you may not get better from your symptoms....and/or your sickness may subside, but then return over time. Answered by Kerry Isaack 1 year ago.


Why would someone take the medications, Cipro and gantanol?
I"ve had medical problems for years and found these two medications, in the bathroom, that belonged to my roommate. Asked by Kandi Cloney 1 year ago.

Bacterial infections, particularly UTI's, are treated with gantanol (sulfamethoxazole) and cipro (ciprofloxacin). However, using these without a valid prescription is at best inadvisable, and at worst, dangerous. Cipro belongs to a class of drugs called fluoroquinolones, which have several serious side effects tied to them, notably seizures and tendon rupture, and drug interactions occur with both drugs, particularly in regards to warfarin. Answered by Thomasena Kivi 1 year ago.

They are for infections. Gantanol is used for the treatment of malaria (in combination with quinine sulfate and pyrimethamine), conjunctivitis (inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eye) due to chlamydia, toxoplasmosis (in combination with pyrimethamine), and urinary tract infections (UTI). Cipro is used to treat different types of bacterial infections. It may also be used to prevent or slow anthrax after exposure. Answered by Lennie Klaja 1 year ago.


Order: Gantanol Suspension?
Order: Gantanol Suspension 1 g po 1 g = 1000mg Label: Gantanol Suspension 500mg/5ml1 teaspoon = 5 ml How many teaspoons would you give? can I use the cross multiply formula to do this problem? Asked by Liz Northcut 1 year ago.

2 teaspoons. Each 5 ml teaspoon = 500 mgs. 500x2 = 1000 Answered by Tammie Mends 1 year ago.


Help Please nurses will likely be able to answer this question!?
I need help with this question : The doctor orders Gantanol Suapension for Angela. On hand 375 mg/ml. She is to take 375 mg BID for 10 days.A.How many ml's will Angela take for each dosage?B. How many ml's will you dispense?Please explain what to do as well as tell what the answer is please and... Asked by Sang Larsen 1 year ago.

I need help with this question : The doctor orders Gantanol Suapension for Angela. On hand 375 mg/ml. She is to take 375 mg BID for 10 days. A.How many ml's will Angela take for each dosage? B. How many ml's will you dispense? Please explain what to do as well as tell what the answer is please and thank you!!!! Answered by Felice Bobbit 1 year ago.

The order is for Angela to take 375mg per dose. Thus, the suspension is 375mg/ml (it has 375mg of Gantanol per 1 milliliter) -- So 1ml (one milliliter) would be given PER dose. It is instructed to be given BID -- BID means twice per day. (These abbreviations are mostly Latin terms. You don't necessarily need to know this but BID (b.i.d.) stands for the Latin "bis in die" - but most just think of BID = Twice per day. Thus you would give this medication, well, twice a day (typically 12 hours apart, but this can vary). So: A: 1ml B: (If they are asking total.. for ALL 10 days) you would dispense 20ml total. As BID = Twice per day. You would dispense 1ml twice a day, which would equal 2ml per day. This is instructed for 10 days therefore 2ml x 10 days = 20ml total. Hope that helps, Answered by Fausto Mcdougal 1 year ago.


What is it Sulfamethoxazole and use?
Asked by Colton Abilez 1 year ago.

GENERIC NAME: sulfamethoxazole BRAND NAME: Gantanol DRUG CLASS AND MECHANISM: Sulfamethoxazole is an anti- bacterial sulfonamide. It prevents the formation of dihydrofolic acid, a compound that bacteria must be able to make in order to survive. Although it was once a very useful antibiotic, it is almost obsolete as a single agent today due to the development of bacterial resistance to its effects. Sulfamethoxazole is now used primarily in combination with trimethoprim, a combination product known as Bactrim or Septra. Sulfamethoxazole was approved by the FDA in 1961. PRESCRIBED FOR: Sulfamethoxazole is used for the treatment of malaria (in combination with quinine sulfate and pyrimethamine), conjunctivitis (inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eye) due to chlamydia, toxoplasmosis (in combination with pyrimethamine), and urinary tract infections (UTI). It is also used in a drug called BACTRIM - sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) Tablets which bactrim is also used as an antibiotic. I personally have used bactrim for UTI (Urinary tract infections, ear infections, certain types of pneumonia. This drug is only to be used when the physician is 100% sure it is a bacteria infection causing they symptoms. Hope this helps ya. Answered by Maxwell Shuster 1 year ago.

Yeah....I see them prescribed together all the time. And Tramadol is not very strong anyway. Answered by Toby Lidstone 1 year ago.

antibiotic, used frequently for urinary tract infections, STD's, skin infections Answered by Jarrod Kading 1 year ago.


Is sulfamethoxazole making her sick?
My friend had been taking sulfamethoxazole for a uti from swimming in the Potomac River. While taking them, she felt really sick( like she had the Nora Virus) and couldn't eat while taking the huge pills. She also nearly choked to death on one of the pills. She stopped using it when she nearly barfed in her... Asked by Shantelle Westaway 1 year ago.

My friend had been taking sulfamethoxazole for a uti from swimming in the Potomac River. While taking them, she felt really sick( like she had the Nora Virus) and couldn't eat while taking the huge pills. She also nearly choked to death on one of the pills. She stopped using it when she nearly barfed in her bed. She is not allergic to the medicine or anything else that could cause her to feel sick. As soon as she stopped taking them, she felt a lot better. Also, she hasn't had sex, and she did not feel any of the symptoms of a uti such as itching, burning, etc. Please help Answered by Noelle Kreiter 1 year ago.

Sulfamethoxazole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sulfamethoxazole Cached Mechanism of action| Side effects| Notes| References Sulfamethoxazole (abbreviated SMZ or SMX) is a sulfonamide bacteriostatic antibiotic. It is most often used as part of a synergistic combination with trimethoprim in ... sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol, Gantanol DS) - drug class ... www.medicinenet.com/sulfamethoxazole/art... Cached Clarifies the medication sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol, Gantanol DS), a drug used for the treatment of malaria, conjunctivitis, toxoplasmosis and urinary tract infections. Sulfamethoxazole sulfamethoxazole.org Cached Information on Sulfamethoxazole for consumers and professionals including usage guidelines, clinical pharmacology of Sulfamethoxazole, side effects, warnings and ... SULFAMETHOXAZOLE/TRIMETHOPRIM- ORAL (Bactrim, Bethaprim ... www.medicinenet.com/sulfamethoxazole_wit... Cached Consumer information about the medication SULFAMETHOXAZOLE/TRIMETHOPRIM- ORAL (Bactrim, Bethaprim, Cotrim, Septra), includes side effects, drug interactions ... Sulfamethoxazole/Trimethoprim (Oral Route) - MayoClinic.com www.mayoclinic.com/health/drug-informati... Cached Sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim combination is used to treat infections such as urinary tract infections, middle ear infections (otitis media ... Sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim Facts and Comparisons at Drugs.com www.drugs.com/cdi/sulfamethoxazole-trime... Cached All about sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim. View complete and up to date sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim information - part of the Drugs.com trusted medication database. Sulfamethoxazole - brand name list from Drugs.com www.drugs.com/ingredient/sulfamethoxazol... Cached Lists the various brand names available for medicines containing sulfamethoxazole. Find information on sulfamethoxazole use, treatment, drug class and molecular formula. sulfamethoxazole - definition of sulfamethoxazole in the ... medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com... Cached sulfamethoxazole. Pharmacology A sulfonamide used for UTIs or, with trimethoprim for PCP. See Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole. Septra (Trimethoprim and Sulfamethoxazole) Drug Information ... www.rxlist.com/septra-drug.htm Cached Learn about the prescription medication Septra (Trimethoprim and Sulfamethoxazole), drug uses, dosage, side effects, drug interactions, warnings, reviews and patient ... sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim Oral : Uses, Side Effects ... www.webmd.com/drugs/mono-9071-SULFAMETHO... Cached Find patient medical information for sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim Oral on WebMD including its uses, side effects and safety, interactions, pictures, warnings and ... Also Try sulfamethoxazole tmpsulfamethoxazole tmp drug sulfamethoxazole trimethoprimsulfamethoxazole tmp ds t sulfamethoxazole side effectssulfamethoxazole tmp ds tabitp sulfamethoxazole drugsulfamethoxazole tmp ds Answered by Concha Hazim 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of a antideressant that works like abilify but starts with a g?
my doctor gave me a script and i can't remember what it is. but i know that is starts with a g. Asked by Penelope Hutmacher 1 year ago.

No, I haven't. G Bid DM Oral G Bid Oral G Mastic Adhesive Misc G P Tex Oral G PHEN DM Oral G.G. IM G.U.M. Toothbrush Dent G/P 1200/60 Oral G-1 Oral G-4 Support Hose Mens Misc G-600 Oral GA Gel Oral GA Powder Oral GABAdone Oral Gabapentin (Bulk) Misc Gabapentin Oral Gabapentin-Diet. Supp 11 Oral Gabarone Oral Gabazolamine Oral Gabitidine Oral Gabitril Oral Gaboxetine Oral Gadobenate Dimeglumine IV Gadodiamide IV Gadodiamide with Normal Saline IV Gadopentetate Dimeglumine IV Gadoteridol IV Gadoversetamide IV Gadoxetate IV Galantamine Oral Galaxy Oral Galium-Heel Inj Galium-Heel Oral Gall Baldder Oral Gallium Nitrate IV Gallon Jug with Pump Misc Galsulfase IV Galzin Oral Gamastan IM GamaSTAN S/D IM Gamazole Oral Gamimune IV Gamimune N IV Gamma Immune Glob from Whey Oral Gamma Misc Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (Bulk) Misc Gammagard IV Gammagard Liquid IV Gammagard S/D IV Gammagard S-D (IgA<1ug/mL) IV Gamma-Linic-500 Oral Gamma-Massage-Ultrasound Misc Gammar IM Gammar IV IV Gammar-P IV IV Gamolenic Acid Oral Gamulin Rh IM Gamunex IV Ganciclovir IO Ganciclovir Oral Ganciclovir Sodium IV Ganidin NR Oral Ganirelix SubQ Ganite IV Gani-Tuss DM NR Oral Gani-Tuss NR Oral Ganphen Inj Gantanol Oral Gantrisin Oral Gantrisin Pediatric Oral Garamycin Inj Garamycin Opht Garamycin Pediatric Inj Garamycin Top GARDASIL IM Garden Fresh Top Garfield Adhesive Bandages Top Garfield Complete Oral Garfield Extra C Oral Garfield Plus Iron Oral Garfield Regular Oral Garlic & Parsley Oil Oral Garlic Cholesta Health Oral Garlic Extract Oral Garlic Oil Oral Garlic Oral Garlic-Calcium Oral Garlicin Oral Garlic-Parsley Oral Garlic-X Oral Garlin Oral Garlipure Oral Garlique Oral Garment Liner Misc Garylin MM Gas Away Oral Gas Ban 125 Oral Gas Ban 40 Oral Gas Ban Oral Gas Ban-80 Oral Gas Distress Oral Gas Enzyme Oral Gas Enzyme Supplement Oral Gas Free Extra Strength Oral Gas Permeable Cleaner Misc Gas Permeable Comfort Drops Misc Gas Permeable Comfort Drops Opht Gas Permeable Lens Starter Misc Gas Permeable Protein Remover Misc Gas Permeable Wetting/Soak Misc Gas Permeable Wetting/Soaking Misc Gas Relief 80 Oral Gas Relief Extra Strength Oral Gas Relief Maximum Strength Oral Gas Relief Oral Gas Relief Ultra Strength Oral Gas Valve Addition Misc GasAid Oral Gas-Gone Oral Gasid Oral Gas-Is-Gone Oral GastoMARK Oral Gastric Feeding Unit-Sterile Misc Gastrica Oral Gastrical Oral Gastricumeel Oral Gastrinex NF Oral Gastrinex Oral Gastro Bismuth Oral Gastroccult InVt Gastroccult Misc Gastrocrom Oral Gastrografin Oral Gastrosed Oral Gastrostomy Tube Misc Gastrovist Oral Gas-X Extra Strength Oral Gas-X Maximum Strength Oral Gas-X Oral Gas-X Ultra-Strength Oral Gas-X with Maalox Oral Gatifloxacin in D5W IV Gatifloxacin IV Gatifloxacin Opht Gatifloxacin Oral Gauze Bandage Top Gauze Bandage-Elastic Bandage Top Gauze Burn Dressings Top Gauze Pad Top Gauze Pads & Dressings Top Gauze Pads 4"X4" Top Gauze Roll Top Gauze Sponges Top Gauze Stretch Bandage Top Gauztape Top Gavage Administ Set F-McGaw Misc Gavage Administration Set Misc Gavilax Oral Gavilyte-C Oral GaviLyte-G Oral GaviLyte-N Oral Gaviscon Extra Strength Oral Gaviscon Oral Gaviscon-2 Oral G-BID DM TR Oral GDP-EX Oral G-Fed Oral G-Fed Ped Oral G-Fenesin DM Oral G-Fenesin Oral G-Formula Oral G-Mycin Inj G-Myticin Top G-P Oral G-Phed Oral G-Phed-PD Oral G-Phen 400 Oral G-Sana Oral G-Tar Top G-Tuss Oral G-Tussin Dac Oral G-Tussin DM Oral G-Tussin Oral G-Vent DA Oral G-Vent Oral G-Well Top Answered by Willena Fausett 1 year ago.

The only one I can think of is Geodon but it isn't an antidepressant. It is a psych drug used a lot in treatment of bipolar disorder but is a mood stabilizing drug so he may have prescribed it to you for that use. Answered by Janette Meixner 1 year ago.


I'm which medicines are sulpha drugs found?
I'm allergic to it.. Please help Asked by Charlene Likins 1 year ago.

The sulfa family of drugs includes sulfadiazine, sulfamethizole (brand name: Thiosulfil Forte), sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), and various high-strength combinations of three sulfonamides. Check with your doctor or pharmacist for specific details. Answered by Verline Blackwelder 1 year ago.

All medicines, both for internal and external use, that have a sulpha (or sulfa) in their chemical name contain sulphur and hence must not be used by people allergic to this agent. Answered by Blanca Aguada 1 year ago.

Sufa is found in sulfa containing antibiotic medicines and creams. Deathly allergic to it here too. Answered by Devorah Jatho 1 year ago.

. Sulfadiazine and trimethoprim combination is used to treat urinary tract infections. Sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim combination is used to treat infections, such as bronchitis, middle ear infection, urinary tract infection, and traveler's diarrhea. It is also used for the prevention and treatment of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP). These medicines will not work for colds, flu, or other virus infections. They may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Answered by Shara Mondello 1 year ago.

they are a class of antibiotic Answered by Tessie Gollwitzer 1 year ago.


I had a ringworm infection?
I wouldn't call it a doctor, more like a prescriber... She gave me the following, and which I have been taking:Cream MedicationCephalexinand Sulfamethoxazole-TMP DS TabletI've been missing regular days though, where I didnt even feel like taking the medication, but then after realizing it was... Asked by Ezra Matthes 1 year ago.

I wouldn't call it a doctor, more like a prescriber... She gave me the following, and which I have been taking: Cream Medication Cephalexin and Sulfamethoxazole-TMP DS Tablet I've been missing regular days though, where I didnt even feel like taking the medication, but then after realizing it was important, I started taking it again... Not only that, I do have night time medication that I have been taking..., and for some reason to me, if it occured if I do take all 'four' medications at once, wouldn't you consider that as a drug overdose? I aint tryna let that happen to me... Answered by Yajaira Halle 1 year ago.

Perhaps... did you go see a doctor? And why are you taking antibiotics? You should take some anthelmintics (antiworm drugs) instead. But consult a doctor first for the right dosage. Edit: What's with all those medications? Seriously man, you should go see a real doctor. Sulfamethoxazole - A sulfonamide (trade name Gantanol) used to treat infections (especially infections of the urinary tract) Cephalexin - An oral cephalosporin (trade names Keflex and Keflin and Keftab) commonly prescribe for mild to moderately severe infections of the skin or ears or throat or lungs or urinary tract. I'm not really that familiar with medicines, but do these definitions have something to do with your problem? Answered by Juana Gover 1 year ago.

The medication you are taking, which you didn't name, should have an information sheet with uses, warnings, cautions, side effects, overdosing, and additional information. If you have discarded the sheet, call the pharmacy where your prescription was filled and talk with the pharmacist. What you are feeling may or may not be okay. Call as soon as possible. Hope you're better soon. Answered by Ana Rudo 1 year ago.

1. Antibiotics do not kill ring-worms. They are for killing microbes, and not parasitic worms. 2. Ring worms are not skin infection. 3. The best is to consult your doctor, as it might be allergy to medications. Answered by Consuelo Lepp 1 year ago.

try ring gurad,or consult a doctor. Answered by Shanda Kondo 1 year ago.


WHAT DOES DUNKINGG ALCOHOL DO WITH ANTIBIOTIC TAKING?
what happens if you take some wine for example while you are taking antibiotic? Asked by Tanna Dockal 1 year ago.

I dont know about dunking my antibiotics into alcohol......or did you mean drinking? Drinking alcohol while on Antibiotics will not lessen the effect of Antibiotics, Wine will have some interactions with certain antibiotics. Sulfonamide antibiotics interacts with wine because the type of alcohol in wine. This can lead to upset stomach, vomiting, sweating, headache, and an increased heartbeat. Do not drink wine while taking antibiotics. Some antibiotics that interact with wine include sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra), and others Answered by Mellissa Colton 1 year ago.

This was on a TV show the other day. Antibiotics are actually ok to have with alcohol, the reason doctors tell you not to do it dates back to when lots of it was prescribed for syphilis. You see, during the first week of antibiotic treatment syphilis is apparently still contagious so the thinking was that if men didn't get drunk, they wouldn't go out and have sex. Doctors still tell us not to take alcohol to this day purely because it's a healthier way to live. Answered by Daria Degraffenreid 1 year ago.

Alcohol is a diuretic which causes the body to expel fluid. Now, antibiotics work by building up in your system. When you consume alcohol is flushes them from your body. Hence, you may not get better from your symptoms....and/or your sickness may subside, but then return over time. Answered by Georgie Higby 1 year ago.


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