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What is the product called that replaces the good bacteria killed by antibiotic use?

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One of my seramas has just finished a three week course of Tylan for persistant myco symptoms and I read somewhere (on here) that you could buy a product to replace the good bacteria killed in their gut by the antibiotics - does anyone know the name please?

 

 

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Generally, they are called probiotics. Their are many types: lactic acid bacteria, bacillus subtilis, S. boulardi etc. You can also make your own probiotic from rice water and milk. See how to here.

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Beryl's is great stuff, but rather smelly and delivered in a chill-bag package so you have to be there to take it. Here we use Avipro Avian which has to be bought in England and then delivered by visitors.

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The thing with probiotics is that they generally only contain one strain of bacteria, so will only replace /replenish that particular strain. It is difficult to know which needs replacing. 

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On 5/29/2019 at 3:35 PM, Laura007 said:

The thing with probiotics is that they generally only contain one strain of bacteria, so will only replace /replenish that particular strain. It is difficult to know which needs replacing. 

Also a reason to use an avian probiotic rather than homemade one or live yoghurt which can cause bigger problems imo.

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