mamadawny wrote: So are you saying I should start the probiotic before my diflucan treatment is over? I feel so darn alone in this!
As you can see, you are not alone as one of us is always available to answer your questions for you.
The ingredients in Diflucan are fluconazole, sucrose (sugar), sodium citrate dihydrate, citric acid anhydrous, sodium benzoate, titanium dioxide, colloidal silicon dioxide, xanthan gum, and natural orange flavor. Because of these ingredients, you need to start the cleanse after you’ve completed the Diflucan, otherwise, you’re just wasting your time since this antifungal is going to add more toxins to your system.
As far as taking a probiotic with the Diflucan is concerned, just be sure that the probiotic you get contains lactobacilli. The research on this shows that it can increase the effectiveness of a pharmaceutical antifungal such as Diflucan.