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Old 07-05-2013, 09:22 AM   #13
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But isn't that only the case if you actually have a bacterial infection? Then the bacteria can become resistant. But if she doesn't have an infection, then there is no "bad" bacteria to become resistant. All they are doing is killing good bacteria in her system. Stopping them shouldn't negatively affect anything.

But, I see what you mean about antibiotics and amtifungals being prescribed together. Yeah, she could keep taking them just in case and then really load up on probiotics.
You do always have low level of bacteria in your system. Your immune system usually keeps their numbers in check, but the antibiotics can still make them resistant if you stop a course early.
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