Diarrhea for 3 months now due to lactose intolerance, took a probiotic but I'd like to take Florastor at the same time to get regulated again.
Florastar is also a probiotic and should be fine to take in combination with other probiotics. However, I will point out its best to get probiotics from their natural source, meaning food or drink form. Some other probiotic additions you may want to try include Plain Kefir (sugar is bad for restoring your healthy gut bacteria, but if you need flavor you can still benefit from the flavored Kefir even though it's got more sugar), Greek Yoghurt has far fewer probiotics than Kefir but it's a great daily staple for ones diet and does still offer a decent amount of probiotics but it must be true Greek yoghurt (not the supposed Greek yoghurts made by Yoplait or Dannon) if the yoghurt isn't fully cultured then it's not true Greek style yoghurt (Fage makes a good one), there are may probiotic drinks now that you can find near the yogurt section of your grocer and these may be worth a try too. Sticking to an anti-inflammatory diet until your gut bacteria is regulated should also help and you may decide to stay on it as it can make many people feel better overall.
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