Bactrim and nosebleeds - How does bactrim work with cells ?

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How Does Bactrim Work With Cells ? How Does Bactrim Work With Cells

Bactrim is an antibiotic which is made up of two other antibiotics, namely sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim. The first component belongs to a group of drugs called sulfonamides. The second is just as powerful but does not belong to any category of medicines.  It is a unique drug and has its own special properties.

Bactrim is used to treat bacterial infections of the respiratory system, ears, urinary tract and sinus.  More...


Bactrim And Nosebleeds

Bactrim And Nosebleeds

A lot of doctors prescribe bactrim for bronchitis, ear infections, urinary tract infections and sinus infection. It is a sulfa-based drug which has a combination of two antibiotics.  Avoid taking this drug if you are expecting, breast-feeding or if you have anemia.

Do not use bactrim if you are allergic to any other sulfa-based drugs. If you happen to be allergic to it, bactrim can cause nosebleeds, and also make your blood platelet count decrease at an alarming rate. More...



What Is Bactrim Used For ?

What Is Bactrim Used For

With a powerful combination of the sulfa drug sulfamethoxazole, and also the unique drug trimethoprim, bactrim is used to fight many bacterial infections.

It can be used for infections of the middle ear, the urinary tract, urinary bladder, the respiratory system, sinus, pneumocystis pneumonia and even for vaginitis. More...