Probaclac should be taken with meals, unless you are taking antibiotics, in which case Probaclac should be taken 2 hours after taking the antibiotics.
Yes. If you do not wish to swallow the capsule, you can sprinkle the content into foods such as yogurt or apple sauce, or beverages such as milk or water.
Yes, you can take Probaclac if you are lactose intolerant. One of the properties of Probaclac is the production of lactase, which metabolizes lactose.
Yes, probiotics have been proven to be safe and harmless, and there is no reason to avoid taking Probaclac, because it is beneficial for both the mother and the unborn child.
Start taking Probaclac 10 days before you leave, take it throughout your trip, and finish the bottle when you return home.
Yogurt is a good food, but it is not an effective probiotic supplement. Commercial yogurts contain insufficient concentrations of probiotics. In addition, the bacterial strains that are used in yogurts are selected for their ability to survive in dairy products. Human strains, which are the most beneficial, do not tend to survive well in dairy products.
Yes, you can take Probaclac. Probiotics have no effect on the blood’s ability to clot.
There should be a two-hour interval between taking antibiotics and taking probiotics, so Probaclac should be taken either two hours before or two hours after taking antibiotics.
As a general rule, if a medication must be taken on an empty stomach, it is preferable to wait 2 hours after taking the medication before taking a probiotic. Probaclac does not interact with other medications, which means that it can be taken with medication.