Trimethoprim 200mg Antibiotic Tablets (recommended treatment now Nitrofurantoin/ Macrobid caps)


  • Recommended treatment for UTI or Cystitis is now Nitrofurantoin 100mg MR capsules.
  • Relief From Cystitis And Urinary Tract Infections
  • Active Ingredient: Trimethoprim
  • 3-Day Antibiotic Course
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Please note the recommended treatment for UTI or Cystitis is now Nitrofurantoin 100mg MR capsules.


Trimethoprim 200mg is a broad-spectrum antibiotic that works by killing bacteria found in the body that may be causing the infection. Simply complete the short 3-day course of these Antibiotic Trimethoprim tablets and your Cystitis infection should be completely resolved.

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  • Please note the recommended treatment for UTI or Cystitis is now Nitrofurantoin 100mg MR capsules.

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    The Antibiotic Trimethoprim is used treat Bacterial infections they work by stopping the growth of the unhealthy bacteria in our body that causes a wide range of infections such as urinary tract Infections also known as UTI’s and Cystitis.

    Antibiotic Trimethoprim

    The Antibiotic Trimethoprim 200mg belongs to a group of antibacterial medicine and is used as a short-term course. The straight forward course of these Antibiotic Trimethoprim Tablets can treat your infection within as little as just 3 days.

    What is Trimethoprim?

    So, What Is Trimethoprim? Trimethoprim 200mg Tablets are an anti-bacterial medication that is used mainly to treat bladder infections they are white, circular, uncoated tablets that are easy to swallow. If you have any further questions about What Is Trimethoprim or What Is Trimethoprim Used For, please do not hesitate to contact us via email or phone.

    What is Trimethoprim Used For?

    More Commonly than any other bacterial infection What Is Trimethoprim Used For is Cystitis. Cystitis is inflammation of the bladder which is usually caused by one of the most common types of Urinary tract infections in women, the symptoms are normally more of an annoyance than a cause for concern. If you have been suffering from milder symptoms for less than three days or you have been seen by your Doctor for cystitis before, you may want to try and treat your symptoms at home first. To help your symptom before using the Antibiotic Trimethoprim you could: -Take paracetamol or ibuprofen -Drink plenty of water -Hold a hot water bottle on your tummy or between your thighs -Avoid having sex -Wee as much as you can -Wipe from front to back when you go to the toilet -Gently wash around your genitals with a skin-sensitive soap Cranberry juice is believed to reduce the acidity of their urine which does help the troublesome stinging when going to the toilet.

    Trimethoprim BNF

    As noted in the Trimethoprim BNF this medication can also be used for Prophylaxis of recurrent urinary-tract Infection and should be taken by mouth as follows: In Adults- 100mg once daily, dose to be taken at night, alternatively 200mg 1 dose, following exposure to a trigger. Read more about Trimethoprim BNF here. Sulfamethoxazole Trimethoprim Sulfamethoxazole Trimethoprim also known as co-trimxazole is a combination of two antibiotics that are used to treat a number of bacterial infections, they are made up of one-part trimethoprim and five parts sulfamethoxazole. Find patient medical information for Sulfamethoxazole Trimethoprim here

    Trimethoprim Dose

    Always take Trimethoprim tablets exactly as your doctor has told you to - paying special attention to the correct Trimethoprim Dose. If you are not sure, check with your doctor or pharmacist before you begin taking them.   The usual Trimethoprim Dose should be taken as follows:  
    • Taken twice a day (Preferably at the same time each day) between 10 – 12 hours apart
    • Swallowed whole with a glass of water
    • Taken with or without food
      The course for cystitis is usually three days long (your symptoms will usually improve within 24 - 48 hours of taking Trimethoprim 200mg medication) but it is important you finish the full course of treatment.

    Trimethoprim Side Effects

    Like all medicines, Trimethoprim Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. You should stop taking the tablets and contact your doctor or go to straight to the hospital if you notice any of the following Trimethoprim Side Effects:
    • difficulty breathing
    • swelling of the face, lips, tongue and throat
    • chest pain
    • shock, fainting or collapse
    • blistering/peeling of the skin
    • pancreatitis (signs may include a sudden, severe upper abdominal pain)
    • skin eruptions/lesions
    • deep swelling of the skin (angioedema)
    • jaundice (yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes)
    See the Patient Information Leaflet for a full list of Trimethoprim Side Effects.

    Trimethoprim and Alcohol

    There is nothing to say that Trimethoprim And Alcohol cannot be taken together, research actually shows they do not interact with one another, which means that you can drink alcohol during treatment. However, using Trimethoprim And Alcohol when you are suffering from a UTI (urinary tract infection) would not help with the recovery process, you need to drink plenty of clear fluids when suffering from this type of bacterial infection.

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    Trimethoprim for Kidney Infection

    If you think you may need Trimethoprim For Kidney Infection you should see your GP especially if you are suffering from, stomach or lower back pain, have a fever or blood in your urine If you are prescribed Trimethoprim For Kidney Infection it is usually supplied for home treatment and unless you have another health problem such as kidney failure hospital treatment should not be needed.

    Trimethoprim Pregnancy

    Trimethoprim has been linked with problems in unborn babies it is not one of the safest treatments to use while pregnant and should only ever be taken when the benefits of trimethoprim pregnancy outweighs the risks. Do not use Trimethoprim Pregnancy unless your GP has told you to.

    Trimethoprim For Acne

    In some cases, a doctor may prescribe Trimethoprim For Acne, it is given in a higher dose than the dose used to treat cystitis. When Trimethoprim For Acne is prescribed it is usually because a patient either fails or only partially responds to more commonly used treatment for Acne.

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  • UTI & Cystitis

    Cystitis is inflammation of the bladder, usually caused by a bladder infection.

    It’s a common type of urinary tract infection (UTI), particularly in women, and is usually more of a nuisance than a cause for serious concern.

    Mild cases will often get better by themselves within a few days. But some people experience episodes of cystitis frequently and may need regular or long-term treatment.

    There’s also a chance that cystitis could lead to a more serious kidney infection in some cases, so it’s important to seek medical advice if your symptoms don’t improve.

    <h2>Signs and symptoms of cystitis</h2>

    pain, burning or stinging when you pee
    needing to pee more often and urgently than normal
    urine that’s dark, cloudy or strong smelling
    pain low down in your tummy
    feeling generally unwell, achy, sick and tired


    See a GP if:

    you’re not sure whether you have cystitis
    your symptoms don’t start to improve within 3 days
    you get cystitis frequently
    you have severe symptoms, such as blood in your urine, a fever or pain in your side
    you’re pregnant and have symptoms of cystitis
    you’re a man and have symptoms of cystitis
    your child has symptoms of cystitis
    A GP should be able to diagnose cystitis by asking about your symptoms.

    They may test a sample of your urine for bacteria to help confirm the diagnosis.

    <h2>What causes cystitis?</h2>
    Most cases are thought to occur when bacteria that live harmlessly in the bowel or on the skin get into the bladder through the urethra (the tube that carries urine out of your body).

    It’s not always clear how this happens.

    But some things can increase your risk of getting it, including:

    having sex
    wiping your bottom from back to front after going to the toilet
    having a urinary catheter (a thin tube inserted into the urethra to drain the bladder)
    being younger than 1 or older than 75
    being pregnant
    using a diaphragm for contraception
    having diabetes
    having a weakened immune system
    Women may get cystitis more often than men because their anus (back passage) is closer to their urethra and their urethra is much shorter, which means bacteria may be able to get into the bladder more easily.

    Treatments for cystitis
    If you have been having mild symptoms for less than 3 days or you have had cystitis before and don’t feel you need to see a GP, you may want to treat your symptoms at home or ask a pharmacist for advice.

    Until you’re feeling better, it may help to:

    take paracetamol or ibuprofen
    drink plenty of water
    hold a hot water bottle on your tummy or between your thighs
    avoid having sex
    pee frequently
    wipe from front to back when you go to the toilet
    gently wash around your genitals with a skin-sensitive soap
    Some people believe that cranberry drinks and products that reduce the acidity of their urine (such as sodium bicarbonate or potassium citrate) will help.
    If you see a GP and they diagnose you with cystitis, you’ll usually be prescribed a course of antibiotics to treat the infection. These should start to have an effect within a day or 2.


  • Further Information

    Patient information Leaflet

    <strong>Side Effects</strong>

    Like all medicines, Trimethoprim tablets can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. Please tell your doctor or pharmacist if you notice any of the following effects or any effects not listed.

    STOP taking this medicine and contact your doctor or go toyour nearest hospital casualty department IMMEDIATELY if you notice any of the following symptoms:
    • difficulty breathing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue and throat
    • chest pain, shock, fainting or collapse
    • blistering/peeling of the skin, skin eruptions/lesions, deep swelling of the skin (angioedema)
    • pancreatitis (signs may include a sudden, severe upper abdominal pain)

    Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you notice any of the following side effects:
    Very Common (may affect more than 1 in 10 people)
    • high levels of potassium in the blood (may result in abnormal heart rhythm) Common (may affect up to 1 in 10 people)
    • feeling and being sick, diarrhoea
    • headache
    • skin rashes, urticaria
    • anaemia (may cause you to feel tired and look pale), sore throats or mouth ulcers (due to a decrease in white blood cells), thrush

    For a full list of Side effects pleasesee patient information leaflet.