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mojo
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I like to take a variety of probitiocs now that I am on antibiotics again.

I am currently taking each of these 2 x per day: Theralac, Fem Dophilus, Jarrow Dophilus, Vitacost Probiotic 15-35 and Ultimate flora Vaginal support. I was takine Klair Labs Vita - Plex but saw some conflicting reviews.

Does anyone recommend the Klair Labs - or are there other good ones out there? I would like to add one more very good probiotic.

Thank you

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VSL #3
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Florastor (or other brand) S. Boulardii. Helps prevent candida & c-diff.

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I second VSL - I roatate the double strength in my regimine. It has 900 billion. It has trace amounts of dairy and corn.

Other dairy free ones that I like are;
Metragenic Ultra Flora
Healthy Trininty 3
Jarrow Pro.s
Custom Pro.s

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I second the Metragenic Ultra.
Since starting abx I have taken one of those and one Jarrow s. boulardi per day and have had LESS yeast than pre-abx, even without cutting sugar.

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Saccromyces Bouliardi and VSL#3 DS which is a prescription.

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mojo
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Thank you! I just put in an order for the VSL #3.
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VSL #3 available at Costco Pharmacy.
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Is there one that is best for travelling?? I'll be gone 3 weeks soon and no frig available. I have florastor but need more.

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This one is great and very cost effective because of the high CFU count and number of capsules:

http://www.customprobiotics.com/custom-probiotics-adult-formula-cp-1.htm

Randi .. their site says the product can stay unrefrigerated for 2-3 wks.

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mojo
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Thanks again everyone for the info.

randibear - Therelac makes a special "Travel Packet" for traveling. I keep it in my purse.

http://www.amazon.com/Master-Supplements-Theralac-Travel-Pack/dp/B007CX0T54/ref=sr_1_sc_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1371931320&sr=8-4-spell&keywords=Therelac

Expensive, though.

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quote:
Originally posted by Lymetoo:
This one is great and very cost effective because of the high CFU count and number of capsules:

http://www.customprobiotics.com/custom-probiotics-adult-formula-cp-1.htm


Thanks TuTu. I didn't know about this one. Sounds good.

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It is!...and for those who need it, it's dairy free.

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Is the combo of Florastor and Lactinex good? Also, can I take them together, at the same time?
Thanks
Roxy

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