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Significance of pro-biotics - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   hello
User :   i need to find out more info about pro-biotics as it referes to bacterial infections
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   what can i specifically answer for you
User :   is pro-biotics better that anti-biotics when it reolates to yeast or bacterial infections
Doctor :   You moved out
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User :   i am still here
Doctor :   Probiotics are a replacement to lost bacteria
Doctor :   they are killed spores
Doctor :   there are some bacteria
Doctor :   in the body
Doctor :   which are very essential to the body
Doctor :   to absorb
Doctor :   vitamins, fats
Doctor :   etc
Doctor :   When antibiotics are given
Doctor :   they are dead
Doctor :   because of the broad spectrum effect
Doctor :   of the drugs
Doctor :   that a patient takes
Doctor :   so to replace the lost or dead bac
Doctor :   the pro biotics are given

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