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estomax plus
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know ## please someone help me with this. i've seen a medication branded EstoMax plus. i just wanna know its pregnancy category. my sister is pregnant and I'm suspecting that she wants to abort the fetus with the said medication. i cant find anything in the internet that would help me classify the drug's pregnancy category... ## I am sorry, I really wish I could help you, however, since drugs that are not available in the US are not regulated like those under the US FDA, finding information on them is very difficult. The only thing I can suggest is to call a local pharmacy or doctor's office and ask them for more information, they should be able to find the information you need. ## Estomax Plus is a synbiotic [combination of probiotic (lactobacillus acidiophillus & B... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Lactobacillus.
Fri, Aug 05 '11, 7:39 AM
Nutrolin B Plus
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i am having ibs & was given probiza tab (containing lactobacillus sporogenes).i felt normal after taking that. i took that for almost 2 it is not only probiza caps are available & they contain lactobacillus acidophillus & other I am back to my original(read sick) state.can i take nutrolin b plus without prescription daily. i was given many types of caps/tabs containing lactobacillus acidophillus. but they were not having any +ve effect on me.i get recurrent throat infection for which a doctor told me to take vitamin b complex cap. So I think nutrolin b plus will be ideal for me as it can solve my both problems.can it be taken for long (say years) because as far as I know lactobacillus sporogenes get out of the body after discontinuing. does... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Lactobacillus.
Sun, Aug 12 '12, 5:43 AM

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