SEPTRA, SEPTRA DS: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Bacterial Skin Infection “I cannot tolerate this drug! It makes me depersonalized, dizzy , confused and just very spacey! I don’t understand why they make medications that have worse side effects than the actual disease!”

Izn (taken for less than 1 month) February 26, 2018

For Urinary Tract Infection “No relief at all after 4 days of prescribed use. Got headaches, fever with chills, nausea, depression, constipation among other negatives”

Gretz February 23, 2018

For Kidney Infections “I have frequent kidney infections and this antibiotic didn’t help at at. I’ve been doubled over in pain”

Jo123456789 November 4, 2015

For Urinary Tract Infection “Makes me extremely nauseated. Cannot tolerate it. Have had multiple UTI’s and septra sometimes doesn’t get rid of the infection all the way. Causes insomnia and almost confusion.”

Mt.Lady August 23, 2015

For Urinary Tract Infection “Cleared infection right away but had to stop medicine early because of all of the side effects I had from this. 4 days later,still having some of the effects. Not sure how long the effects will last,but I never want to feel this bad again”

cristi7294 August 19, 2015

For Urinary Tract Infection “I’ve taken Septra DS before (with no side effects), but for some reason this time it is different! It has given me severe insomnia!! Very odd and super frustrating. Also has caused me a lot of nausea but doctor prescribed Zofran (also known as the miracle medicine for nausea), so that’s better. Also feel a bit “out of it” and lethargic. One last strange symptom it’s causing me is “urinary hesitancy.” Had no idea there was such a thing until I spoke to my dr about it. Hoping these symptoms resolve or I may need to switch medicines, as only half way through this 10-day treatment.”

Jlynnie (taken for less than 1 month) September 9, 2014

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