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Can I take a chewable multivitamin and chewable probiotic at the same time? And will they mess with anxiety medicine burspar?
Grapefruit: grapefruit avoidance is the only recommendation when using Buspar. Limit the amount of grapefruit you may eat or drink (less than one quart a day) while being treated with this medication unless your doctor directs you otherwise. Grapefruit may increase the amount of buspirone in your bloodstream. ...Read more
Probiotics, by definition, are beneficial bacteria that live in our intestinal tract to help us maintain health intestines and colon. There are several species of these bacteria that are helpful to us including lactobacillus acidophilus. The meats we eat contain antibiotics that kill our natural bacteria that reside in our gut. Today, you will replace these ...Read more
What are the side effects for pedia lax probiotics chewable tablets cause she took two instead of one on accident will it hurt her?
May help.: Probiotics in general are recommended for ibs, whatever form they come in, . ...Read more
Is this a good product for someone with IBS MASON vitamins Soluble Fiber Chewable Tablets, 60 Count with probiotics
Maybe/Maybe not: If you have issues with constipation with your IBS and that's more prominent than issues with diarrhea then the fiber could be a good idea to try. The probiotics, however, have not been formally recommended for patients with IBS yet in the many studies that have been conducted. They have not pinned down what strains are best and therefore don't want to recommend them at this time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probiotics: "pro"-biotics put good organisms into your gut (unlike "anti"-biotics which kill bacteria) & include: lactobacillus, acidophilus, bifidobacter, sachromyces boulardes, to name a few. Most are available over-the-counter & need to be taken daily to maintain the probiotic organism population. Benefits include: less gas, regulated bowels, prevent infections, improve digestion, decrease inflammation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
That depends: Best to have multiple millions (to billions) of cultures. Best to be in slow release form (so it isn't all killed in the stomach). Best to have multiple strains. Unfortunately - cheaper probiotics often don't have these features. The higher quality probiotics are more expensive. ...Read more
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