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Michele
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I went to a knew chiropractor yesterday and he said that if I wasn't taking antibiotic resistent probiotics then I shouldn't be taking any because the antibiotics would kill everything anyway.

Anyone have any thoughts on this or has anyone done research on this?

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Michele
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jenn
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I think that's why it's timed...
abx than wait 2hrs and do proB.

Very interesting thought! Can't wait to read response

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I agree with the timing. Also, I think it is better to give the probiotics to flood the playing field with the good guys instead of letting the bad guys get a foothold.

You can give Sacc. boulardii (a good yeast that keeps the bad yeast and Clostridia away) as well. Antibiotics will not kill it but antifungals will.

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Florastor and theralac are both top rated probiotics and can be taken at the same time as antibiotics.
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I've used Theralac and Florastor, but when the yeast got a foothold I had to switch to VSL #3, along with Saccharomyces Boulardi.

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Michele
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I've heard of the Teralac (but haven't tried it) and the Florastor (but haven't tried it due to having milk in it).

I have not heard of the Sacc Boulardi. Where do you get it?

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quote:
Originally posted by kimmie:
[QB] Florastor and theralac are both top rated probiotics and can be taken at the same time as antibiotics.

That's not a good idea. You want to get the most benefit possible from your probiotics. Spacing them at least 2 hrs away from antibiotics is always a smart move.

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