Jan 7, 2007
what is sulfameth used for?
Response from Dr. Henry
In HIV+ persons sulfa/trimethroprim is used to prevent Pneumocystis and other AIDS-related infections as well as an antibiotic for treatment of a wide range of infections such as skin, respiratory tract, gut, and urinary tract.
lower the bilirubin
I get foot cramps and use Atripla
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