anyone else have this same problem with these drugs?
24 Aug 2010
Acute diverticulitis is commonly treated with antibiotics such as Bactrim and metronidazole.
Both antibiotics can upset your stomach and cause nausea. Try taking them with a meal.
The infection is most likely making you exhausted.
All the best.
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