Can Probiotics Cause Frequent Urination & Make You Pee More?

Can Probiotics Cause Frequent Urination & Make You Pee More?

Due to the limited number of studies about probiotics, there are a lot of questions that need to be answered about them. One of these is: “Can taking probiotics cause frequent urination?” As someone who has experienced the discomfort of frequent urination in the past, I was curious to learn more about the potential effects…

Can Probiotics Cause Body Odor? (secret ways to stop it)

Can Probiotics Cause Body Odor? (secret ways to stop it)

Someone just asked me, “Do probiotics make you smell fishy?” Another asked, “I wash but still have body odor?” These got me curious about doing research on the topic. Here’s what I discovered after reading studies and blogs on the subject: Key Highlights: Probiotics aren’t likely to cause body odor. However, in rare cases where…

Can Probiotics Cause Vomiting? (seniors, infants, dogs, cats)

Can Probiotics Cause Vomiting? (seniors, infants, dogs, cats)

It has long been established that probiotics are bacteria, but they are a good kind of bacteria. But because they’re bacteria, is it possible for them to cause vomiting if you take a probiotic supplement, drink, or food? Here’s some good news: there’s nothing to worry about. I researched this topic for you and learned…

Can Probiotics Cause Tiredness? (Find Out Why)

Can Probiotics Cause Tiredness? (Find Out Why)

As someone with experience in gut health, I understand the importance of maintaining a healthy microbiome. Probiotics are often touted as a way to improve gut health, but what happens when they cause tiredness and fatigue? For this article, I have consulted user reviews and scientific papers to find the link between probiotics and tiredness….

Can Probiotics Cause Depression? (research-backed answer)

Can Probiotics Cause Depression? (research-backed answer)

Probiotics are sometimes marketed for their anti-depression properties but are these slogans true? In this article, I have analyzed if any proven link exists between gut bacteria and mental health. Probiotics don’t cause depression or mental stress in any way. Instead, they might help elevate its symptoms by positively affecting our gut microbiome through microbial…