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Last Updated: 05 May 2022

Septra has a combination of sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim. Sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim are both prescription antibiotics that treat different types of infection triggered by bacteria. You should not use Septra if you have serious liver disease, kidney disease that is not being monitored, anemia triggered by folic acid shortage, if you take dofetilide, or if you have had low platelets triggered by utilizing trimethoprim or a sulfa medication. Use reliable contraception, and tell your physician if you are pregnant or if you come to be pregnant. This medicine needs to not be offered to a child more youthful than 2 months old. Take Septra DS precisely as suggested by your medical professional. Drink lots of liquids to stop kidney rocks while you are using this medicine. Use only the recommended dosage when offering this medication to a child. Use the medication as soon as you can, however avoid the missed dose if it is practically time for your next dosage.

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