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Angina pectoris, high BP, tooth infection, UTI. On penicillin, blood thinning medication. Suggest?

My mother take drugs for angina pectoris .. had a tooth infection and is used alongside a strong antibiotic but since it was given as in the previous use of urinary infection .. why .. I screw will have a penicilin.sada allergic to a lot of pain in bladder and urinating very pece.ima nausea .. tried it 2 days naturoplex and tea, but nothing more .. my question is, if he can start therapy baktrimom since 65 years old .. and drink blood-thinning medications and the removal of fluid from high blood pressure?? please help.
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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Dear patient,

Thanks for your health concerns. There is a major interaction between Bactrim and warfarin that makes the blood thinner effect more intense; if there are no sulfa allergies, she could take this medication but her doctors would have to adjust the blood thinner and monitor.

Hope this is helpful, wish you the best health,

Dr Brenes Salazar MD
Mayo Clinic
Answered: Sun, 5 May 2013
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