Hello 🙂 I had to go on antibiotics repeatedly during my anti-candida diet. I completely agree with Able… the probiotics were the ticket for me. However, you’ll want to space them out with your antibiotics to make sure you’re getting the fullest benefit of both. If you’re on an every 4 hour antibiotic, for instance, you might consider taking a dose of probiotics 2 hours after each antibiotic dose. If you take them together, according to some sources, you’re likely to just cancel out the probiotic benefits because the antibiotics nail them right away. Besides that, you’re using up some of your antibiotic to “kill” the probiotic and it’s not getting to the bacteria it was prescribed to kill. So, you’ll want to alternate with a decent span of time between each antibiotic/probiotic dose. I did the same thing with yogurt and kefir, by the way. I took the antibiotic by itself, with no probiotics in any form for around 2 hours afterward. I also tried to avoid the probiotics too soon before the next antibiotic dose. By the time I had my probiotics up to 90 billion a day, I didn’t have any side effects from the antibiotics. I took one-two 15 billion capsules, 3-4x per day.
Hope this helps 🙂