I’m not sure what any of those are, but I don’t see a problem in using up whatever probiotics you already have. If you didn’t get the gist of what I was saying, it’s that you should select a probiotic based on two main criteria.
1) How many CFUs (colony forming units) does it have? Anything below 10-15 billion is probably a waste of time.
2) How many strains of bacteria does it have? Again, the more the better with this. I’d set eight as the lower-bound.