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Lyme and Chronic Migraines
January 17, 2011
4:35 pm
Forum Posts: 356
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Whether taking antibiotics long term or short term, we recommend taking probiotics at least 2 hours after the antibiotics, daily. 

Antibiotic is a word that means “against life”—they kill both good and bad bacteria. Maintaining your good bacteria is important during and after the use of antibiotics. 

January 15, 2011
3:13 am


I have chronic Lyme disease and chronic migraines. I have been on anti-biotics for 6 months and am now having problem with what is probably a yeast rash on my chest even though I am taking Nystatin and Fluconazole. I am also taking another pro-biotic along with other supplements. Since I am on anti-biotics, how much and when should I take your probiotics. Have tried everything for migraines, diet, thyroid, and have been tested for just about everything. Thinking headaches must be from Lyme. Am concerned about being on anit-biotics for so long. Would appreciate any help on taking your probiotics.



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