Bladder infection, Septra, (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) one glass of red wine. OK?

Yes. no significant contraindications from that. hydrate with a bladder infection is important. wine does tend to dehydrate people a bit. in general drink 12 oz of water when drinking a glass of wine to neutralize that effect.

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