Lactobacillus Reuteri

Lactobacillus Reuteri

Follow all directions on the product package. To find out whether you should take your dose whole, chew it, sprinkle it on food, or mix it with liquid, read the label. If you’re taking this medicine in liquid form, be sure to use a precise measuring spoon or device. Do not attempt to measure out your medication with a table spoon. Consult your healthcare provider or pharmacist if you have any concerns or questions.

Live bacteria may be present in some probiotic supplements (such as bifidobacteria). These products may not work as well if used with antibiotics. Make sure you wait at least two to three hours before or after taking antibiotics if you’re planning on taking any product that contains live bacteria. If you want to get the most out of your product, just make sure to read and follow the directions.

Do not use this product for more than 2 days or if you have a high fever if your diarrhoea is caused by antibiotics. It’s possible that you need medical attention for a serious issue.

Get medical help right away if your symptoms persist or worsen, or if you suspect a more serious health issue.

Inverse Reactions

There may be a rise in gas production in the stomach. Notify your doctor or pharmacist immediately if this side effect persists or worsens.

Signs of infection (persistent cough, high fever, chills) should prompt prompt notification to your physician.

An extremely severe allergic reaction to this product is unusual. If, however, you experience a severe allergic reaction, including a rash, itching/swelling (especially of the face/tongue/throat), severe dizziness, or trouble breathing, you should seek immediate medical attention.

Possible side effects are not exhaustively listed here. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you experience any side effects that were not mentioned above.

In the United States, if you are experiencing adverse effects, please contact your local healthcare provider. Adverse reactions can be reported by calling 1-800-FDA-1088 or visiting www.fda.gov/medwatch.

For information about possible side effects in Canada, please consult your physician. To contact Health Canada regarding adverse reactions, dial 1-866-234-2345.

Precautions

You should consult your doctor or pharmacist before using this product if you have any kind of allergy, including a history of allergies to similar products. It’s possible that some of the inactive ingredients in this product could trigger allergic reactions or other health issues in some people. Please inquire further with your local pharmacy for further information.

Before using this product, talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you have: Diarrhea that lasts longer than 2 days (especially if accompanied by a high fever), a lowered immune system (as from chemotherapy or HIV infection), recurrent vaginal infections, or recurrent UTIs.

Sugar and/or aspartame may be present in foods and drinks that are liquid, powdery, or in the form of chewable tablets. People with conditions like diabetes or phenylketonuria (PKU), which call for dietary restrictions, should proceed with caution. Concerning the appropriateness of this product for your needs, consult your physician or pharmacist.

Tell your surgeon or dentist about any and all medications or supplements you take before surgery (including prescription drugs, nonprescription drugs, and herbal products).

This product should be used sparingly during pregnancy. Talk to your doctor about the potential benefits and drawbacks.

This product’s lactation effects are not known. Inquire with your physician before beginning breastfeeding.

Seek medical or pharmacy advice.

Interactions

Interactions between medications can alter their effects or boost your risk of adverse reactions. All possible drug interactions are not listed here. Always inform your doctor and pharmacist of everything you take, whether it’s a prescription drug, over-the-counter medication, or a herbal supplement. Never adjust the dose or stop taking a medication without first consulting your doctor.

Antibiotics and antifungal medications are just two examples of drugs that could potentially interact with probiotics (such as clotrimazole, ketoconazole, griseofulvin, nystatin).

Overdose

It’s time to dial 911 if you or someone you know is experiencing overdose symptoms like coma or trouble breathing. If that’s not the case, get in touch with a poison control centre immediately. The national poison hotline number in the United States is 1-800-222-1222. People in Canada can get in touch with a poison control centre by calling their local one.

Fiber and inulin are two examples of additional ingredients that might be present in certain brands. If you want to know more about the components of your specific brand, consult your physician or pharmacist.

A Missed Dose

In the event that you forget to take a dose, just take it as soon as you remember. It is best to skip the missed dose if it is getting close to the time of the next scheduled dose. If you miss a dose, just wait until the next scheduled time and take it then. There’s no need to double up on your medication to make up for lost time.

Storage

The optimal conditions for storing various probiotics may vary. It’s possible that some things need to be refrigerated while others don’t. Read the product’s packaging for information on how to store it. Consult your pharmacy if you have any concerns about how to keep your medication safe. Keep all drugs out of the reach of kids and pets.

Don’t dump pills down the drain unless told to. If the product has expired or is no longer needed, it should be disposed of properly. For more information, talk to your local pharmacy or garbage service.

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