How far apart should i take antibiotics?

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Jay O'Kon asked a question: How far apart should i take antibiotics?
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Date created: Tue, Jun 8, 2021 8:28 PM
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How far apart should you take antibiotics?

  • They should be taken as far apart as possible. For example, if she is taking the antibiotics every 8 hours then the probiotic should be taken 4 hours after the antibiotic.

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Probiotics and antibiotics should be taken at least two hours apart. Most probiotics need to be refrigerated, but not all. You might find it easiest to keep the probiotic near your toothbrush to remember to take it twice a day, AM and PM, away from food and antibiotics.

12 hrs, more or less: Technically you would take them every 12 hours, but it's not necessary to be that exact. An interval of between 10 and 14 hours is fine. An interval of between 10 and 14 hours is fine.

Wait at least two hours after taking antibiotics before taking probiotics. As antibiotics work their way through your system, they’ll try to destroy anything in their path, including your good bacteria.

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