|Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole -- a widely used antibiotic sold as Septra, Bactrim, and others -- has a set of adverse reactions that range from minor to potentially fatal, according to a literature review. The drug was introduced in 1968 and is popular.|
|Antihistamine and sedative drugs, like Benadryl (diphenhydramine), and Phenergan (promethazine); Common antibiotics like tetracycline, fluoroquinolones like Cipro, and sulfa-drugs like Bactrim (trimethoprim sulfamethoxazole); Depression meds like.|
|The majority (59 percent) were due to medications, according to the study in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.. “If a person has recently taken a medication or eaten a food and begins to complain of facial swelling, swelling of the.|
|That's when she started to feel a cold coming on and took a leftover antibiotic, Bactrim, from a friend, Corona said. Bactrim belongs to a classification of. They are both serious skin diseases caused by allergic reactions to drugs. Toxic epidermal.|
|Stanford University School of Medicine scientists explain why two potentially deadly pathogens get a foothold in the forbidding environment of the gut following antibiotic treatment. The researchers wrote in the journal Nature that their findings may.|
|Julie Bowen considers herself lucky. While seeing her son go into “full-blown, elephant man, bad plastic surgery face” due to an allergy she was unaware he had was terrifying, it could have been worse — he could have had lesser symptoms that would.|
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