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Does sulfamethoxazole antibiotic effect birthcontrol reclipsen? If so how many days after last antibiotic will birthcontrol work again perfectly?

2 days. Sulfa can effect the metabolism of birth control by interfering with liver metabolism. Sulfa should "wash out" in a few days. To be safe in 3 days the estrogen should be good after stopping sulfa. Read more...
No, Sulfamethoxazole does not inhibit the effects or reduce the efficacy of reclipsen but anytime time you take an antibiotic while taking birth control its a good idea to consider a secondary form of contraception and to consult your pharmacist. Read more...

Why would I be prescribed the antibiotic bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim)?

For infection. Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) is a combination sulfa and trimethoprim antibiotic with fairly broad spectrum. Commonly used for urinary tract infections, but does work on other types of infections as well. What did you see your physician for? Read more...

Have UTI try a lot of antibiotics they weren't working so dr did urine culture it confirm I still have UTI dr gave me sulfamethoxazole for 7dys. Wed last day and my urine look a little soapy. Wat to do?

Repeat Urine Culture. If you have had a complicated course you should have your urine rechecked after you complete your antibiotics. You may either need an extended course of antibiotics or further diagnostic work up if your problems persist. Read more...
Could be. Resistant organism or an anatomic problem that is causing infections to recur. See a urologist for an opinion. Read more...

What is the antibiotic bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) good for?

Various stuff. Probably the most common use for the fixed combination of trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole is for urinary tract infections, the medication can be used for a variety of infections including nocardia, pneumocystis is and mrsa. Read more...

What other antibiotic can be combined with bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim)?

Antibiotic. This really depends on the result of culture and sensitivity studies. Without culture reports, it is impossible to know if Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) is the correct drug or whether another antibiotic should be added or not. Read more...