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    Golfer4588
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    Hi guys,

    I am 3 months in and havent had a slip up yet!

    Unfortunately I have had surgery this week and my doc has put me on a short course of antibiotics that he insists I take.

    I have spent a small fortune on probiotics am I am really worried I am going to undo any good work I have done?

    I have stopped taking the probiotics for now but I’m really not sure what to do?

    Any advice would be very much appreciated.

    Richard

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    benc
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    Golfer4588 wrote: Hi guys,

    I am 3 months in and havent had a slip up yet!

    Unfortunately I have had surgery this week and my doc has put me on a short course of antibiotics that he insists I take.

    I have spent a small fortune on probiotics am I am really worried I am going to undo any good work I have done?

    I have stopped taking the probiotics for now but I’m really not sure what to do?

    Any advice would be very much appreciated.

    Richard

    I would take strong probiotics in between doses of antibiotics. I think the NHS should provide them as a part of the prescription, but since they are one of there commodities they don’t want to admit the damage they do.

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    Golfer4588
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    That’s great, thank you.

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    soon
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    Save your money and adopt some kefir grains! Yemoos.com sells them for 10$. Trillions of bacteria, man. And don’t worry about the probiotics you bought before. They helped kill the candida with their bacterocidal actions

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