Taken orally, certain probiotic strains have been found to reduce bacteria and yeast known to cause infection caused by overgrowth of these organisms in the vagina. However, probiotics taken orally have not been shown to prevent or treat vaginal yeast infections. There is mixed evidence on whether probiotics in suppository form can help. For details, see the Probiotic Supplements Review >>
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