PROBIOTICS - Uses, Side Effects, and More

Antibiotic drugs interacts with PROBIOTICS

Most probiotics are friendly bacteria. Antibiotics are used to reduce harmful bacteria in the body. Taking antibiotics along with these probiotics can reduce the effects of the probiotics. To avoid this interaction, take probiotic products at least 2 hours before or after antibiotics.

Medications for fungal infections (Antifungals) interacts with PROBIOTICS

Some probiotics are friendly yeasts (fungi). Medications for fungal infections help reduce fungus in and on the body. Taking antifungals along with probiotics that are yeasts can reduce the effects of these probiotics.

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