Question:

Can acidophilus actually cause a yeast infection?

Answer:

Most likely not, one of the only listed side effects to acidophilus is a temporary increase in amount of flatulence. Yeast infections are usually caused by foreign bacteria, that enters that part of the body without being ingested.


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