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If bactrim looks to liquidy according to different pharmacist and me should I give it to my child?

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barbles2413 18 Feb 2010

If the Bactrim does not look right to you return it to the pharmacy where you purchased it. They may have inadvertanly mixed it wrong. As much as we hate to admit it mistakes do happen. Use your parental instinct. Better safe than sorry. Good Luck and I hope your child gets better soon.

barbles2413 19 Feb 2010

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