Use Of Probiotics

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Ray Says:


I have found from past use of antibiotics that my digestion suffers. I have used probiotics to help with the problem and am wondering if and how you recomend taking probiotics with Amoxil.



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kristen Says:

your not really supposed to take other things with the drug.talk to your doctor about your digestion problems

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Verwon Says:

Now a post from back in February. You really are into the antibiotic posts.

Yes, some things you take can effect how well a drug works for you, so you shouldn't take anything, even over the counter items, without consulting your doctor or pharmacist.

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