Probiotics and Antibiotics

probioticsI am a supplement taking fool. Really, I am. I believe in the importance of getting all of the things your body needs to function properly, whether you get it from a perfect diet (mine is NOT), or not. Probiotics are something that I include in my diet every day as well, partially because they are good for my digestive system, and partially because it is theorized that with good bacteria in your body, bad bacteria will not be able to take hold as easily.

pro·bi·ot·ics (prb-tks)
n.
Live bacteria ingested to supplement normal gastrointestinal flora, especially after depletion of flora caused by infection or ingestion of antibiotics.

The American Heritage® Stedman’s Medical Dictionary, 2nd Edition Copyright © 2004 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.

Some say that you can use probiotics at the same time you are taking antibiotics, but others say that the use of probiotics during antibiotic therapy will negate the efficacy of the antibiotics. Unfortunately, all I have found on the internet says that it is ok to do. For example:

During antibiotic therapy, a good dose is between 6 and 25 billion total viable probiotic cells per day. They should be taken as far away from the antibiotics as possible (for instance, if the antibiotics are to be taken every eight hours, the probiotic supplements should be taken four hours after the antibiotics). Probiotic therapy should be continued a week to a month beyond the antibiotic treatment period to replenish any beneficial bacteria lost during antibiotic use. Probiotic use should not interfere with the effectiveness of antibiotics. Source

My doctor (who I will admit is not a “supplement friendly” doctor) said not to take probiotics during antibiotic use, and I have heard several other MRSA patients say the same thing, so the question remains – is it safe to take probiotics during antibiotic therapy? What do you know about this?

More info on probiotics: USProbiotics | Probiotics

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188 Responses to Probiotics and Antibiotics

  1. Trent Jackson says:

    I think I feel a bit the same way actually.

    Fuck yas.

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  3. Trent Jackson says:

    You have but one word of sound argument there: “HOPE” I will never argue with such a notion, and I do believe in miracles. Personally I do prefer the truth, reality and acceptance rather than living on a pray of denial. But I’m only one person. One point in space. So I can’t speak for everyone else. Life is a mystery, and this is also something that is impossible to argue with.

    You win.

  4. Frances' Mom says:

    We had already started our 15 month old daughter on a child-friendly probiotic when we started her first course of antibiotics for a UTI. Then our pediatrician mentioned she should be on probiotics, as well.

    As I understand it, probiotics should not affect the efficacy of antibiotics. Actually, quite the opposite. The antibiotics can very well cancel out the probiotics, so our pediatrician recommends taking the probiotic at a different time.

    Since we have to administer 5ml of Keflex 3x/day, I’m giving her half of her daily probiotic at even intervals between doses of the antibiotic. The schedule looks something like this:

    1) 5ml Keflex after breakfast
    2) between 1/4 and 1/2 tspn of Baby Jarro probiotic about two hours later
    3) 5 ml Keflex after lunch
    4) between 1/4 and 1/2 tspn of Baby Jarro probiotic about 2-3 hours later (whenever she wakes us from her nap)
    5) 5 ml Keflex before bed time

    A total of 3/4 tspn of Baby Jarro probiotic per day, which is more than the recommended dose on the bottle. This is per our pediatrician.

    I find it all goes better when she eats before receiving the antibiotic. And we have noticed improvement in her diarrhea when she’s on probiotics. Note, our child has hypotonia and suffers from chronic, severe constipation. So if Keflex is giving her loose stools, then I’d hate to see what it does to kids with normal intestinal tracts.

    Give the probiotics a try–just my two cents.

    Cheers

  5. Lance says:

    I found this website while trying to research what probiotics I might want to add to my acidopholous, after my course of Keflex is finished tomorrow (finger injury, 6 stitches, prevententive treatment from the ER doc, 1 week, 4x daily, 500 mg). I noticed a lot of comments RE sinus infections, so I will relate my experience.

    I’ve had blocked sinuses for over a decade, coupled with a November and February/March allergy to some happily pollinating tree or plant here in L.A., where I’ve lived for 12 years. Eventually saw a specialist, around 2002, who said my maxillary sinus was impacted(?) and that the turbinates in my nose that had been surgically reset 20 years ago were too large and needed to be trimmed because the “geography” of my nasal passages and my blocked (and smallish) sinuses were keeping me from being able to breath.

    As part of the post-surgery regimen, I was asked to rinse with Alkolol. This is a product that you mix with warm water and use with either a Netti pot, or in my case, via a nifty plug-in to my water pick called a “Grossan Adaptor”. Used on the lowest and most gentle setting, it helped rinse my sinuses out and kept them from reclogging due to all the clotting going on in there.

    Alkolol contains alcohol, wintergreen (opens up your sinuses naturally), baking soda (loosens mucus) and alum (shrinks swollen tissues). In the years that followed my sinus’s returned to their being-clogged-up ways, but the Alkolol helped symptomatically treat that condition, and possibly helped prevent the conditions that would have made for more frequent sinusitus. When my allergies act up, I still use an Alkolol rinse 2x a day and the capsaicum-containing Sinus Buster which opens up my sinus’s without the problems associated with prolonged stereocortoid sprays. Here is a good page for what Alkolol does. (http://www.alkalolcompany.com/index.php/alkalol/faqs/frequently_asked_questions) It is non-prescription and In the $3-5 range per bottle here in Los Angeles. Depending on how much you stretch it out via dilution, it can last you a long time. When my sinuses become clear, I revert to a few days of just water, or saline rinse.

    Oh, by the way, you can “make your own” rinse by dissolving salt and baking soda in your tap water. Do a little research so you can decide if you should make a saline solution that is “tonic” or “hypertonic”, and you can experiment like I did to see what worked best for me.

    About a year ago, tired of the my ever-clogged sinuses, I ran across some Candida Albacans references. Deciding I would approach my sinus issues “as if” they were caused by a yeast imbalance I did three things that seem to have been successful at treating the cause.

    1) I started taking an Acidopholous supplement. (one which also has L. Bifidus I just realized).
    2) I started taking a Grapefruit Seed Extract in case the anti-fungal properties occassionally attributed to it might be true
    3) I cut down on my comfortable use of sugary products (but by no means cut them out)
    4) increased the frequency of Garlic in my diet, to 3-5 times a week, up from about 2 times a week, for it’s anti-fungal properties.

    Something in 1)-4) is working for me. I have not only been able to comfortably breath through my nose for most of the year, I have frequently noticed smells that in the past I would have been oblivious too. I caught a virus in November, and was sick for a week – and noticed that I couldn’t breath through my nose. In the past, this chain wouldn’t have been noticed because I was in a condition of not being able to nose-breath for almost the entire year.

    If I had to guess, I would say that what has helped me the most is equal parts 1), 2) and 3). there are weeks I have no garlic, and other weeks I have it nearly all 7 days, but my garlic intake is very irregular, so I suspect it’s anti-fungal activity is more of an aid to the other three changes.

    Oh, and I did not change my diet. Think commercially produced eggs, bacon, cheeses, meats, hash browns, etc. So my sinuses have become clear without major changes in my diet, nor a particularly healthy version (though if I re-read Omnivores Dilemma again, I’ll be compelled to find an organic diner or two near where I live so I can go out and eat more healthy.

    After reading all the posts related to probiotics/antibiotics, I still have a question as to what Probiotic people like? In particular:

    1)I will not be spending a ton of money for something that makes a lot of non-University/third party substantiated claims for it’s efficacy. Celebrity or celebrity-doctor testimonials mean nothing to me. Spoken like Cuba Gooding Jr. in “Jerry McGuire”: “Show me the double-blind study!”

    2)I’d prefer something that is in pill form, like the other supplements I take. i.e. all the aforementioned, plus Source Naturals “Mental Edge”, Omega 3, and whatever multi-vitamin du jour I’m trying out. However, if someone can make a good case for a liquid version, I’m listening :)

    Good luck with your sinus’s and probiotics everyone–thanks again for all the info and links!

  6. Lance says:

    p.s.

    Since the issues of being sick, often intersect with “fear”, “desperation” and “other people who want to make money off of you”, here are two good books to read.

    The first is “Charlatan: America’s Most Dangerous Huckster, the Man Who Pursued Him, and the Age of Flimflam” by Pope Brock.

    It’s a fascinating story, and a good warning to you if you may be giving tons of your money and time to cures that are more comforting-snake-oil, than substantiated-immune-aid.

    http://www.amazon.com/Charlatan-Americas-Dangerous-Huckster-ebook/dp/B0013SSPVE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&m=AG56TWVU5XWC2&s=digital-text&qid=1292815000&sr=1-1

    The second relevant read is

    “If you think your doctors prescribe medications for you on the basis of their unbiased judgment and objective medical research, this book will disabuse you of that old-fashioned fantasy. In his superb exposé, Carl Elliott shows how the big drug companies have bribed and corrupted the medical establishment so that we no longer know which drugs are effective or why our doctors prescribe them.”

    The 2nd book, the “flip side” of this coin, is “White Coat, Black Hat: Adventures on the Dark Side of Medicine.” The review from Amazon says it better than my synopsis:

    http://www.amazon.com/White-Coat-Black-Hat-ebook/dp/B003WUYPEM

    When we’re desperate, we’re easy targets for the traditional medical establishment who is always trying to sell you their product, or steer you to their specialist friend, OR, someone from the not-so-traditional areas of medicine.

    Keep in mind they both are affected by the profit motive. And it may very well be that they all truly believe what they sell is better than “the other sides” medical/health option. After all, they’ve invested their belief in it, so they have a set of blinders and lenses on that may alter the way they see facts that are presented to them.

    “If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem is a nail”.

    I remember the surgeon who performed my surgery was a really funny, comforting and seemingly genuine guy. After the surgery, on my first follow-up-visit, I asked him what he had found in there? As he pulled about 5 cubic yards of cotton from my skull, he smiled and said “boogers and snot!”

    He may not have had any reason to believe that his surgery wasn’t my best option. But because he had invested years of medical school, and probably paid the bills for his entire family via his surgical practice, he had a vested interest in NOT being aware of the alternatives. I’d wager, that f I were to see him again for another surgery one year, and I mentioned what worked for my sinuses in terms of dietary and supplement changes — his belief system and vested interests would work together to prevent him from mentioning that information to any prospective surgical clients.

    Likewise, people who vest large parts of their research and identity into alternative medicines, often seem like they feel obligated to denigrate most or all aspects of Western Medicine. Even if they don’t, their profit motive will still make them most interested in recommending a course of what they sell and believe in, even if on-balance the “jury is out” in terms of hard conclusions regarding how effective the alternative treatment is.

    Look up Echinacea . It’s been the darling of the alternative medicine establishment for a long time. Yet there are a number of double-blind studies that show it has no effect. It may seem like the “matter is settled” because you see a million “immune-boosting ” products that contain it — but that jury is still out.

    So, if you are sick, guard yourself, and what you believe, well. If you are truly ill, seek the council of a good, smart and caring friend. That remedy is better than a course of antibiotics OR echinacea.

    And while you’re laying on that couch with your chicken noodle soup — I hope you enjoy both those books. :P

  7. Lance says:

    *oops, I cut and pasted the description of “White Coats, Black Hats” above the book title, in the preceding post.

    My apologies. :)

  8. pregnant mommy says:

    I am pregnant and my gynie prefers me drinking a 9 strain probiotic, assisting in getting candida or constipation or diaree, also one will find that antibiotics can disrupt your intestinal flora and vaginal flora and so a probiotic is very useful in that regard. It also aids the immune system and helps with food allergies and it is all natural.

  9. LK65 says:

    I am on day 5 of a 10 day “quadruple therapy” treatment for a possible H.pylori infection. I tested positive for it during a health screening, but my doctor is not full convinced that I currently have the infection, because he says that the antibody that was tested (IgG) is a long-term antibody that stays in the bloodstream indefinitely. But since I am experiencing GI symptoms, he has decided to start me on treatment. For the first 5 days, I’m taking amoxicillin (1 gram 2x daily), along with a PPI (rabeprazole 20 mg 2x daily). For days 6-10, I’m taking clarithromycin (500 mg twice daily), the PPI, and Tindamax (500 mg twice daily).

    I would like to start taking probiotics to rebuild the good bacteria in my gut. What are the BEST types and dosage of probiotics for rebuilding gut flora, after a heavy course of antibiotics? I want to get the most bang for my buck.

  10. Banjo's Mom says:

    It baffles me that people take antibiotics, yet read sites like this regarding what they do to your immune system. Please reserve them for life-threatening illnesses (which hopefully will never happen in your lifetime). When you wipe out your good bacteria you will battle a much harder problem for months if not years replenishing it and strict diets. You need to replenish the 2 largest bacterias in your intestinal tract, less than 30 Billion won’t do a thing. Also it needs to say count guaranteed through expiration and be the refrigerated kind. There is one that I found in certain apothecaries: 15 Billion Each Probiotic of L-acidophilus/Bifidobacterium called Ultra Flora by Metagenics – take 2 at bedtime and now you have to make a strict diet change for months or longer. good luck.

  11. Quee Taiyang says:

    I’m working my way through bronchitis, laryngitis and a killer sinus infection that I’ve had f0r over a month. I had to take two rounds of antibiotics – the first round didn’t work at all, and the 2nd round (levoquin) seems to have helped dramatically except I still am missing my sense of smell and taste.

    A friend of mine told me about this thing called Paradise energy greens (a powdered supplement) and how he used to have severe allergies including becoming allergic to beer (I am too) and now that he takes this daily, his allergies cleared up.

    I never took probiotics or supplements of any kind until after this 2nd round of antibiotics. I suffered my way throught he 1st round, but on the 2nd round the day after I finsihed the 7-day course of antibiotics, I started taking the supplement.

    It seems to have helped significantly with my stomach recovering from the diarrhea problems, and I can’t say for sure but it seems like it added an extra ‘something’ to help me get rid of the last of this sinus infection and bronchitis.

    I intend to keep taking it (in banana strawberry smoothies, otherwise it’s completely awful-tasting) on a daily basis to see how things go. Incidentally, when I take this supplement I get lots of extra energy (kind of like drinking several triple-shot espressos) and it seems like I’m eating a lot less as well – only twice a day (I need to go on a severe diet anyways). I’ve only been taking the supplement for a couple of weeks, but it works well for me!

    I also drink probiotic juices (Naked juice has a tropical mango juice full of probiotics) and they certainly don’t seem to hurt, plus they taste really good. I’m also going to experiment with that Activia yogurt and see if I like it and if it helps or not.

  12. IDnurse says:

    What is an antibiotics function? It is a “good” bacteria that works with your immune system to attack & kill foreign organisms. Unlike your immune system though, the anti-b cant distinguish a difference between good & bad bacteria. So, with out predjudice it does its job & kills any foreign organism. Anibiotics in small doses are used to kill small orgamisms, in large doses, it will kill large (like a human, we are large organisms) organisms. Its a poison. You use an anti-body toxin to kill foreign body toxin. Probiotics absolutly effect an antibiotics effectiveness. If all the anti-bs in your body are fighting pro-bs (loss of probiotics aka normal flora) then the anti-bs “army” isnt going to focus on the foreign-b. It will kill & attack a pro-b, before moving on. The function of probiotics (flora) is to keep the normal balance of yeast & normal flora stable. The diarrhea you get while on anti-bs is because the pro-bs normally consume most available nurishment, so results the yeasts inability to colonize. When the anti-bs deplete flora, yeast over grows. So you get nausea, diahrrea, & a craving for statchy foods. An anti-fungal (nystatin) used during a round of anti-bs can counter act these effects. Using probiotics during antibiotic doses will 100% effect how well they work. Like I said, if the anti is fighting the pro, then the anti army is causing pro army to deplete, and so then who is fighting the foreign?? Yeast is to blame for unwanted side effects from antibiotics, using antifungals like Nystatin keeps the yeast in check while the antibiotics do thier job. After the battle is won against the foreign you use probiotics to REPLENISH normal flora! Im an PICU nurse and have been working in Infectious disease & controll for 7 years. Its basic metabolics & people focus to much on the pro vs anti, and forget about the fungal. Antibiotic + Antifungal = Foreign removal. Relatively side effect (the famous antibiotic diahrrea we all hate) free. The use probiotic replacement after antibiotic round is completed.

  13. Katrina says:

    I have been sick now for a little over three weeks. It got so bad that I finally made it in to see the doctor. He said I had a sinus infection and may have developed a small case of asthma. I have now finished the antibiotics prescribed to kill the sinus infection. However my coughing has only gotten worse and is very active all day long. Sometimes I cough for so long and hard that it actually makes me vomit. I still feel extremely tired and have a very hard time sleeping, waking up regularly with couging fits. I have noticed that I am pale as well. Should I go back to the doctor or is there something that I can take over the counter to help. I don’t know how much longer I can last with this my body is sore from all the coughing and my mucus is still clear and flowing constantly.

  14. Katrina says:

    I have been sick now for a little over three weeks. It got so bad that I finally made it in to see the doctor. He said I had a sinus infection and may have developed a small case of asthma. I have now finished the antibiotics prescribed to kill the sinus infection. However my coughing has only gotten worse and is very active all day long. Sometimes I cough for so long and hard that it actually makes me vomit. I still feel extremely tired and have a very hard time sleeping, waking up regularly with coughing fits. I have noticed that I am pale as well. Should I go back to the doctor or is there something that I can take over the counter to help. I don’t know how much longer I can last with this my body is sore from all the coughing and my mucus is still clear and flowing constantly.

  15. Dell says:

    Katrina, I suggest you look into food allergies. Specifically gluten.

  16. Kayleen says:

    An article on the subject in Science Daily.
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/12/081217190443.htm
    It states that “Probiotics will not diminish the effectiveness of antibiotics”.

  17. mindy says:

    IDnurse-
    your post helped alot. my question is this- i went tot he er recently not know what i had, tested positve for uti though, but they treated me for everything- giving me an antibiotic shot, 4 zithromax pills and a 7day scrip for bactrim. they also gave me a diflucan, which i know is an antifungal. should i take this now then start acidopholis after i’m off the bactrim? i have previously used diflucan in the past for yeast, but it never seeemd to work. i just didn’t know if it had the same properties as nyastin. thanks for any reply.

  18. mrsa says:

    Even though your article is very helpful.

    Personally, I wouldn’t take probiotics while on antibiotic treatment but it just my opinion. It could be because I’m very cautious with medications.

  19. C. Lee says:

    I fought MRSA for a year and half after surgery attendant to an accident in July 2007. I took several different regimens of antibiotics thru a central line; intramuscular injections; and oral. My infection remained intractable. I stopped the antibiotics the end of Sept. 2008; I started a rich probiotic regimen comprised of homemade kombucha and kefir, as well as a bacteriophage therapy starting in Aug. 2008. Whether incidentally or not, my infection cleared up by Jan. 2009 and I’ve been infection-free thereafter.

  20. kjk says:

    Antibiotic: kills almost all bacteria. Probiotic: has little time to help in digestion because it quickly dies. The immune system does not see the probiotic since it stays “outside” of the body (in the intestine), so the immune system should not be affected.
    Why not inject the antibiotic and design it so that it does not get to the intestine (most infections are not intestinal)? Than you keep your good bacteria but kill the bad ones. Or give probiotics engineered to be resistant to the antibiotic (be careful here!)?

  21. Jean says:

    The best way to treat sinus infections without antibiotics is with the use of a Neti Pot.
    This is an instrument made to help you wash your sinuses with saline a few times a day.

    It worked miracles for me and everyone I know who has used it the way it is intended to be used.

    Neti Pot at your local health food store. I found one at RiteAid too.

    I am currently taking Clindamycin for a MRSA infection. As soon as I started probiotics my diarrhea diminished.
    I have read that it’s important to take an enteric coated probiotic so it can make it thru your stomach to your intestines where it can do the most good.

  22. Karen says:

    I have Lyme, and when it flares up, I need to take antibiotics sometimes longer than the average person would. Probiotics are essential. My doctor, who is pretty supplement-oriented, recommends it. Not just to avoid yeast infections, but I get strange, intense itching with no rash on the front of my thighs or around my navel! Weird. Nothing stops that intense itching except a quick dose of high quality probiotic, which calms things right down. I DO NOT take the probiotics at the same time as the antibiotics–I take it a few hours after the antibiotic so it has a chance to help build up the good bacteria for a while before the next dose of antibiotic. Taking them at the same time would just mean the antibiotic wouldl be killing my fresh dose of probs along with the rest of the stuff.

  23. Mark Lewis says:

    I found a program called Know The Cause with Doug Kaufman and this is the only person that is telling about the abuse of antibiotics and how to reverse the terrible side effects. knowthecause.com I am sinus infection free after 20 years of problems and antibiotic use.

  24. Nancy Wright says:

    I have used a high quality probiotic with great success with myself, and my children. My very healthy son was diagnosed with skin MRSA age 11, several years ago. I could not figure out where it was coming from until a grown family member finally spoke up and said they had “pimples”. So began the long road of recovery with him and then rebuilding of his immune system. Probiotics is a very important part along with high quality fish oil, high quality vitamins, Staphaspetic gel (available at rite aid), tea tree oil for anything that may be mrsa and Organic whole food (as much as can get in an 11 year old) and chorline bleach for laundry because this bacteria is hard to kill it gets in the clothes and hides. The color safe bleach did not work for me. Lysol wipes and PureGreen 24 (natural cleaner) kill mrsa. We are beating mrsa. It is a process. We ask God for his continuing help everyday. I wish Godspeed to all of you out there suffering.

  25. shivani says:

    is there any antibiotic that can’t harm probiotics

  26. Mason says:

    I just finished my biochemistry degree, so I have some understanding of the chemical principles involved. Basically antibiotics stop bacteria from growing!!! lol yes I know you knew that. I will make an example, azithromycin, each molecule blocks the 30 S ribosomal subunit of mRNA translation(in humans we don’t have this 30s Unit and so it doesn’t directly affect us.). So if you had lets say 100 molecules per pill(keep it small for the sake of the argument) and you had 50 molecules of bacterial ribosome units, you would then have 50 excess antibiotic molecules available to do some stopping, now lets say you take a pro-biotic at the same time you take the antibiotic, they will be in the same vicinity and the intermolecular attraction will be very strong between the ribosomal subunit of the bacteria and the antibiotic, you also increased the amount. So to clarify you have 100 of antibiotic and you eat a pro-biotic that has say…90. you then have only 10 left to fight off the 50 you needed to fight. I wouldn’t be surprised if none of what I said was at all clear and I apologize for my use of arbitrary “units” but I have pneumonia right now and cant quite think straight…. anyways thats my ten cents, ciao

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  28. suziq says:

    My infant son completed 6 intense rounds of chemo and followed by a year and 2 months of oral chemo. He had C-Diff by the 2nd round of chemo. I tried to push yogurt, but he feeling sick refused to eat. I would crush and soak the bacteria probiotic (apparently I should not have while on chemo, but for him it helped keep his C-diff in check) and pour into his feeding tube formula. I noticed over the months C-diff would occur, mind you this is a nasty sickness and can cause death, so I needed answers fast! I spoke to a Gastro ASAP and she placed him on Saccharomyces boulardii 2-3 capsules along with his lil critters 2-3 bacteria probiotics daily I gave him. He was on Vanco (as mentioned above) and also Nitazoxanide, and reduced his probiotic intake to 1-2 each daily. I would say he is better after a year of this combo but if he ever is to take ANTIBOITICS…he recieves a PROBIOTIC shot! in juice of course. I have yet to have any issues and he clears up fine while being on PRo and Anti. Good luck.

  29. Myrna says:

    hi jean, i saw that u mentioned using a neti pot to treat sinus infections. never really heard of it, but i would like to know if a 3 year old can use it as well. my 3 year old son has been on antibiotics for 2 months now, and is still continuing to take them because his sinus infection did not go away, he was put on ventin for 3 weeks, then clindimicine, and not cipro. i am so confused in whether or not i should give him probiotics during his antibiotics, but he has been complaining about stomache pain and i am totally confused. please if someone, anyone can give me some helpful information to what needs to be done. all doctors seem to be doing these days, is just prescribing these antibiotics.. helpppppppppppppppppppppp!!!!

  30. Traci says:

    Probiotics May Help People Taking Antibiotics
    ScienceDaily (Dec. 17, 2008) — Up to one in five people on antibiotics stop taking their full course of antibiotic therapy due to diarrhea. Physicians could help patients avoid this problem by prescribing probiotics, according to a study by researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University published in American Family Physician.

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    Antibiotics target “bad” bacteria but may also kill the “good” bacteria in the large intestine, leading to diarrhea. Diarrhea can also result from bacterial and viral infections. Probiotics?cultures of “good” microorganisms similar to those normally found in the gut ? have been promoted as restoring the microbial balance disrupted by antibiotics and infections. Probiotic bacterial strains are added to certain yogurts and brands of miso and other fermented foods, and are also available as powders and pills sold in health food stores.

    The Einstein scientists reviewed the medical literature and found seven, high-quality studies in which probiotics were administered to people. The researchers concluded that the studies support the use of probiotics for avoiding diarrhea resulting from antibiotic use or from gastrointestinal viral or bacterial infections. In addition, the probiotics used in these studies were found to rarely cause adverse effects, even in children.

    “With the level of evidence that probiotics work and the large safety margins for them, we see no good reason not to prescribe probiotics when prescribing antibiotics,” says Dr. Benjamin Kligler, a co-author of the study and associate professor of clinical family and social medicine at Einstein. “The only drawback is that probiotics are not covered by health insurance.” On average, a one-month supply of probiotics costs between $8 and $22.

    Dr. Kligler notes that the effects of probiotics doses are short-lived, so they should be taken throughout a course of antibiotic therapy. Probiotics will not diminish the effectiveness of antibiotics, he adds.

    Because probiotics are considered dietary supplements, they are not regulated as stringently as conventional foods and drugs. Products vary widely in bacterial dose and in quality. In general, researchers found that probiotic doses of more than 5 billion colony-forming units per day for children and more than 10 billion colony-forming units per day for adults were associated with the best outcomes.

    Dr. Kligler’s co-author was Dr. Andreas Cohrssen, director of the Beth Israel Medical Center Residency Program in Urban Family Practice.

    Disclosure: Neither Benjamin Kligler nor Andreas Cohrssen has any financial ties to consumerlab.com, usprobiotics.org, or the manufacturers of probiotics.

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  31. Traci says:

    Probiotics May Help People Taking Antibiotics
    ScienceDaily (Dec. 17, 2008) — Up to one in five people on antibiotics stop taking their full course of antibiotic therapy due to diarrhea. Physicians could help patients avoid this problem by prescribing probiotics, according to a study by researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University published in American Family Physician.

    Antibiotics target “bad” bacteria but may also kill the “good” bacteria in the large intestine, leading to diarrhea. Diarrhea can also result from bacterial and viral infections. Probiotics?cultures of “good” microorganisms similar to those normally found in the gut ? have been promoted as restoring the microbial balance disrupted by antibiotics and infections. Probiotic bacterial strains are added to certain yogurts and brands of miso and other fermented foods, and are also available as powders and pills sold in health food stores.

    The Einstein scientists reviewed the medical literature and found seven, high-quality studies in which probiotics were administered to people. The researchers concluded that the studies support the use of probiotics for avoiding diarrhea resulting from antibiotic use or from gastrointestinal viral or bacterial infections. In addition, the probiotics used in these studies were found to rarely cause adverse effects, even in children.

    “With the level of evidence that probiotics work and the large safety margins for them, we see no good reason not to prescribe probiotics when prescribing antibiotics,” says Dr. Benjamin Kligler, a co-author of the study and associate professor of clinical family and social medicine at Einstein. “The only drawback is that probiotics are not covered by health insurance.” On average, a one-month supply of probiotics costs between $8 and $22.

    Dr. Kligler notes that the effects of probiotics doses are short-lived, so they should be taken throughout a course of antibiotic therapy. Probiotics will not diminish the effectiveness of antibiotics, he adds.

    Because probiotics are considered dietary supplements, they are not regulated as stringently as conventional foods and drugs. Products vary widely in bacterial dose and in quality. In general, researchers found that probiotic doses of more than 5 billion colony-forming units per day for children and more than 10 billion colony-forming units per day for adults were associated with the best outcomes.

    Dr. Kligler’s co-author was Dr. Andreas Cohrssen, director of the Beth Israel Medical Center Residency Program in Urban Family Practice.

    Disclosure: Neither Benjamin Kligler nor Andreas Cohrssen has any financial ties to consumerlab.com, usprobiotics.org, or the manufacturers of probiotics.

  32. Traci says:

    Probiotics May Help People Taking Antibiotics
    ScienceDaily (Dec. 17, 2008) — Up to one in five people on antibiotics stop taking their full course of antibiotic therapy due to diarrhea. Physicians could help patients avoid this problem by prescribing probiotics, according to a study by researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University published in American Family Physician.

    Antibiotics target “bad” bacteria but may also kill the “good” bacteria in the large intestine, leading to diarrhea. Diarrhea can also result from bacterial and viral infections. Probiotics?cultures of “good” microorganisms similar to those normally found in the gut ? have been promoted as restoring the microbial balance disrupted by antibiotics and infections. Probiotic bacterial strains are added to certain yogurts and brands of miso and other fermented foods, and are also available as powders and pills sold in health food stores.

    The Einstein scientists reviewed the medical literature and found seven, high-quality studies in which probiotics were administered to people. The researchers concluded that the studies support the use of probiotics for avoiding diarrhea resulting from antibiotic use or from gastrointestinal viral or bacterial infections. In addition, the probiotics used in these studies were found to rarely cause adverse effects, even in children.

    “With the level of evidence that probiotics work and the large safety margins for them, we see no good reason not to prescribe probiotics when prescribing antibiotics,” says Dr. Benjamin Kligler, a co-author of the study and associate professor of clinical family and social medicine at Einstein. “The only drawback is that probiotics are not covered by health insurance.” On average, a one-month supply of probiotics costs between $8 and $22.

    Dr. Kligler notes that the effects of probiotics doses are short-lived, so they should be taken throughout a course of antibiotic therapy. Probiotics will not diminish the effectiveness of antibiotics, he adds.

    Because probiotics are considered dietary supplements, they are not regulated as stringently as conventional foods and drugs. Products vary widely in bacterial dose and in quality. In general, researchers found that probiotic doses of more than 5 billion colony-forming units per day for children and more than 10 billion colony-forming units per day for adults were associated with the best outcomes.

    Dr. Kligler’s co-author was Dr. Andreas Cohrssen, director of the Beth Israel Medical Center Residency Program in Urban Family Practice.

    Disclosure: Neither Benjamin Kligler nor Andreas Cohrssen has any financial ties to consumerlab.com, usprobiotics.org, or the manufacturers of probiotics.

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  34. Blythe says:

    My 5 yr old daughter is on her third antibiotic in a couple months for strep and utis. Once we started antibiotics her immune system has failed her and she continually gets ill…it’s a vicious cycle of yeast, leaky gut and new infections. She needs help and I feel caught in this cycle of fear of kidney damage or strep and fear for her overall health being on so many meds. We are so healthy otherwise, eating only whole foods and supplements, while other kids eat junk and have no problems. I’m at my end, can anyone advise me?..she is so special and strong through it all but now she is having behavioral and concentration problems. We are scared.

  35. Blythe says:

    My 5 year old daughter is on her third antibiotic in a couple months for strep and utis. Once we started antibiotics her immune system has failed her and she continually gets ill…it’s a vicious cycle of yeast, leaky gut and new infections. She needs help and I feel caught in this cycle of fear of kidney damage or strep and fear for her overall health being on so many meds. We are so healthy otherwise, eating only whole foods and supplements, while other kids eat junk and have no problems. I’m at my end, can anyone advise me?..she is so special and strong through it all but now she is having behavioral and concentration problems. We are scared.

  36. Sandee says:

    Blythe please read my other posts. She will not get better unless you restore her immune system. You need to start with her pre-cursors to glutathione , our body’s master antioxidant. You also need to give her whole food supplements not synthetic ones. Why are you allowing her to have antibiotics? especially when you are aware they are wiping out her immune system? please, please have faith in what you know is the right thing to do to help your daughter, rather than listening to a doctor who spends 10minutes in a doctor’s office listening to her symptoms.

  37. Nan J. says:

    There are times when antibiotics are helpful, and strep would be a time when they should be used. Re: immune problems, has the doctor checked her IGg level? She may have a Primary Immune Deficiency Disease. There are a number of these, but they are considered rare diseases. A small child getting respiratory disease over & over should be checked. Treatment can be supportive and help her recover; an immunologist would manage her care. I haven’t read “all the other posts” but I would suggest getting off all sugar and white flour. Good luck!

  38. John B says:

    Absolutely right in what you say Sandee – Silly as it may seem u could use saur kraut , fermented cabbage as your only veg and restore your gut healthy and immune system — see Natasha Campbell Mc Brides work. A Russian doc now in UK. Ask Ben Mercola on this too. Sorry little more time to explain.

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