Can you use bactrim ds fot a tooth infection?

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4 Jan 2013

You can use Bactrim for a tooth infection but only if prescribed by your doctor or dentist. Sometimes other antibiotics may be better for particular types of tooth infections.

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Anonymous 4 Jan 2013

Just want to mention that if this is left over from something else, it shouldn't be. You should always finish a course of antibiotics even if you feel better... mary

vegasfrankie702 17 Jan 2014

i its a left over script i cant afford a dr visit and my girlfrien can take them anyways because she is alergic to sulfa. will this help or hurt me

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