Antibiotics are commonly prescribed to fight bacterial infections and not for viral infections like cold and flu. But during or after antibiotic use you might experience diarrhea. Antibiotics work by destroying bacteria that are making you ill, but they also kill good and beneficial bacteria that are residing in your intestinal system. This disrupts the delicate balance of good and bad bacteria in your intestines, allowing bad intestinal bacteria to increase, that are resistant to the antibiotic and can lead to diarrhea.

Some clinically proven probiotics strain relieve diarrhea. Probiotics are friendly bacteria that help your digestive system function properly. Studies and research show that clinically proven probiotic strain may help reduce antibiotic-associated diarrhea.

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