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Has taken Trimethopim tab for water infection. Stomach is huge now. Normal?

Hi my name is jan and i would appreciate your advice on my 18 yr old daughter Suzanne. She has been given trimethoprim tablets for three days for a severe water infection. She has had so much pain and been up all last night, she is slightly better after taking two of the tablets today, but her stomach is huge, is this normal? Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks.
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Don't worry.You can continue this treatment but give this tablet with some light food or with some milk,don't give her empty stomach.
Stomach pain might be due to infection inside.It will recover within next 3 to 5 days.
You can give rebeprazole or pentoprazole with domperidone to subside stomach heaviness.Avoid oily,junk food,take more liquid diet. Lactobacillus will be helpful.
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