taking probiotics-make U stop D or cause C?

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missie1227
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   Posted 8/27/2006 8:02 PM (GMT -7)   
we all know why we take it b/c it is good for your gut....but for me it seems to slow me down some is  that what itis upposed to do?
does it cause D or C
cause right now i am in between and need to be on flagly until ican get to the doc for a script of it to knock out this c-dif i got again....4th time in 1.5 yrs it is awful
9-02 crash w/ C-5-6-7 anterior/posterior fusion in neck w/11 screws and 4 metal plates. multilevel HNP at T & L section. FMS, PA in dec 05. on SSDI after 2.5 yr wait. sezuires, CTS, IBS ( C & D). norco, xanax, predisone shots. i dont know what else is wrong with me and neither does anyone else!!!


pb4
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   Posted 8/27/2006 10:47 PM (GMT -7)   
Taking a good probiotic shouldn't cause either C or D....probiotics induce healthy bacteria balance in the intestines which in turn should only help with normal bowel function not either C or D.

Take your flagyl (and any other type of antibiotic) at least 2-3hrs apart from one another.

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