Compared - Realistic Plans For Flagyl (Metronidazole)

Compared - Realistic Plans For Flagyl (Metronidazole)

Someone asked me whether Flagyl is an antibiotic or antifungal as she is fighting the yeast for a month and never needs to take antibiotics. Actually, Flagyl is an antibiotic, but it fights anaerobic bacteria which are sort of co-conspirators with yeast. To my knowledge, it is not directly effective against yeast, parasites, or anything other than oxygen-hating bacteria.

It worked nicely for me the first time I took it. But I didn't know then what I do now, and did not take advantage of the opportunity to repopulate my colon with good bacteria. I think that gave the yeast an opportunity to really get a foothold. The good bacteria were gone, after which the bad bacteria got knocked out also! I consider now that it wasn't helpful the next time I took it, because the yeast had become the issue rather than the anaerobic bacteria.

Make sure you take probiotics generously while on this. As that space becomes empty when the bad bacteria die, you would like the good bacteria to get there before the yeast does. And for God sake, don't drink booze! As my doctor put it, "It will not kill you, but you will wish it had!"

Use it correctly, also it just might force you to feel better. But I would say do not even place one in your mouth until you've a primo probiotic to take with it. I'm partial to PB-8 or Primal Defense.

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