What is sulfatrim and its side effects?
Asked by Consuelo Schuman 5 months ago.
Sulfatrim is a highly effective antibiotic that contains Sulfamethoxazole and trimethropin, both are antibiotics that treat different types of infection ,while fight bacteria in your body. It is usually administered to treat conditions such as urinary tract infection, bronchitis, ear infection ( otitis), traveler's diarrhea, etc. The possible SIDE effects are: -headache,fatigue,dizziness; -vomitting, nausea; -weakness; -increased sensitivity to the sun; Hope that helps! Wish you good health! Answered by Adria Schachsieck 5 months ago.
How many mg is in "Sulfatrim 800/160mg"?
I have these big white sulfatrim tablets. I was trying to figure out what mg they are, but what it says is 800/160mg. What does that mean? How many mg is one pill? Please, i really need to know quickly.
Asked by Jason Gillians 5 months ago.
You should't need know. Didn't your doctor tell you when, for how long, and how many pills to take a day? It should be on the bottle. As far as I can tell Sulfatrim is actually a combination of two antibiotics trimethoprim and sulphamethoxazole that work well together. So I would assume there is 800 mg of one of them and 160 of the other in each pill. Answered by Mario Hample 5 months ago.
It says right in what you've posted: 800 mg of sulfamethoxasole, and 160 mg of trimethoprim. Now, that wasn't so hard after all, was it? Answered by Geneva Wildsmith 5 months ago.
Cannot ejaculate with apo sulfatrim?
i am 63 year old male and cant seem to ejaculate with this medication anyone else have this problem thanks
Asked by Maudie Figert 5 months ago.
No but it might effect the ability to ejaculate from the side effects. Answered by Rebbecca Oszust 5 months ago.
By the ending of that second term, it's fair to guess that indeed others are having a similar difficulty. You simply cannot rely on "meds" these days. These folks couldn't care less about Your health. Today, it is default you will experience counter indications via pharma. There are too many traditional herbal tonics out there, check 'em out. Answered by Georgene Tangri 5 months ago.
Yellow eyes from APO-SULFATRIM?
A few days ago I was having some pains on both my left and right side near my kidneys. The pain focused more on my right side and after visiting the local walk in clinic, the doctor told me I could either have a UTI or kidney stones.Today, I noticed that the bottom and sides of my eyes are yellowish in colour....
Asked by Serena Leggette 5 months ago.
A few days ago I was having some pains on both my left and right side near my kidneys. The pain focused more on my right side and after visiting the local walk in clinic, the doctor told me I could either have a UTI or kidney stones. Today, I noticed that the bottom and sides of my eyes are yellowish in colour. I was prescribed antibiotics called APO-SULFATRIM could the yellow in my eyes be from the drugs? Or possibly something more serious? My other symptoms include: frequent need to urinate (usually very light in colour) discomfort in back and left arm overall uncomfortableness (most likely from stress) Answered by Francene Flister 5 months ago.
Symptoms of a severe reaction may include a skin rash, skin color that is very pale or yellow, or skin with purple spots, along with a sore throat, fever, muscle pain, cough, and trouble with breathing. you mentioned your eyes ~"I noticed that the bottom and sides of my eyes are yellowish in colour" is this the normally white color of your eyes? or around your eyes? either way you should immediately notify the prescribing practitioner of this Answered by Rod Kounick 5 months ago.
Will Sulfatrim help my chinchilla get better?
If you no about chinchillas then you no wen there in heat or not well the hole that opens wen she is in heat is ooozing white stuff and i want to no if Sulfatrim will help it at all?? if so then how much do i give her she is only 9 months old?
Asked by Starr Siverling 5 months ago.
Yes they're well pets, if you're taking the time to tame them, and if you are getting one from a puppy retailer, they without doubt permit it out of the cage to play, so that are supposed to no longer be too gigantic of a trouble. There are another matters you must don't forget although, as opposed to the truth that they're susceptible to heatstroke. In order to be certain that the chinchilla will keep tame with the intention to experience its presence, you will have to attempt to permit it out everyday so you'll play with it. Chinchillas also are very susceptible to weight problems, so giving them the correct quantity of meals may be very primary, and given that they're susceptible to weight problems, additionally they want a wheel to pastime in. Adult chinchillas want two tablespoons of Timothy pellets everyday, in conjunction with a well give of Timothy hay. (NEVER deliver them alfalfa hay, it may motive digestive problems) You too can allow them to have one piece of unpolluted fruit an afternoon, however no longer like, a complete apple or some thing. Just like, one grape, or you'll dry a few grapes and allow them to have one raisin an afternoon. You will have to additionally suppose approximately whether or not or no longer you desire to make an extended-time period dedication with this animal, as chinchillas can are living beyond two decades. But, chinchillas are very well pets, and for probably the most side convenient to maintain. They're amusing little matters to have round, certainly when you desire a fluffy little playful friend! ^^ Answered by Delisa Cokley 5 months ago.
Vet prescribed sulfatrim liquid for my pup, what is this used for?
When researching on the internet, I think there may be another name for this. But am curious what this is generally used for in dogs? It is pink in color and liquid form. That's all it says on bottle is sulfatrim liquid.
Asked by Norma Szwejbka 5 months ago.
Why don't you call the vets office and ask them .... I'm sure it's in your dogs health records. Answered by Joye Chell 5 months ago.
This Site Might Help You. RE: Vet prescribed sulfatrim liquid for my pup, what is this used for? When researching on the internet, I think there may be another name for this. But am curious what this is generally used for in dogs? It is pink in color and liquid form. That's all it says on bottle is sulfatrim liquid. Answered by Sharell Walking 5 months ago.
Well what did you're dog go into the vet for? Pink in color and liquid form sounds like amoxicillin to me. But that is an antibiotic, so unless you dog went into the vet for an infection they would not have given you amoxi. Answered by Alessandra Sauser 5 months ago.
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It is actually an anti-biotic used to treat viral infections on dogs. But you can ask your vet more about it since he prescribed it for your pup. Answered by Evalyn Wellbrock 5 months ago.
Sulfatrim For Dogs Answered by Lilly Etheridge 5 months ago.
How can you not know what your vet is treating?? you obviously took the dog in for something... what was that? and what did the vet say when giving it to you?? What a baffling question... sorry I have no clue what it is used for (clearly lol) ring the vet and ask. Answered by Rozella Lacson 5 months ago.
Well, what is wrong with your dog? That should give you an idea. Sulfatrim is an antibiotic and is commonly used to treat urinary tract infections, but it can be used to treat other issues as well. Answered by Herta Salling 5 months ago.
What Is Sulfatrim Answered by Madaline Abela 5 months ago.
Atenolol, Clonazepam, and Apo-Sulfatrim DS 800?
I have been taking Atenolol (for my heart) and Clonazepam (for Epilepsy) for a few years together without a problem. Wondering what would happen if I added Apo-Sulfatrim DS 800 to the mix, for my bladder infection?
Asked by Sanjuana Cuadros 5 months ago.
YOU shouldn't be adding it at all. Your doctor should be the one to "add" it. Your pharmacist is also a great resource. Answered by Carmelita Grava 5 months ago.