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Lactinex 50 Tablets by BD


Lactinex 50 Tablets. Item Number.: B10033430/C1116946/B514844.
Size : 50
ABC Selling UoM : EA
NDC: 00114236850
UPC Barcode :
Supplier: 0050002007 BECTON DICKINSON/BBL
Supplier Material : 236850
Fine Line Class : 030003500353 Prebiotics & Probiotics
Product Category : OT Over the Counter
Product Type : OTC Branded OTC

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Product Description.:

Chewable tablet , tan , round round
Mottled appearance

Lactinex is available as Granules and Tablets.


Lactobacillus is simply dried bacteria that occur naturally in unpasteurized whole milk. The bacteria is harmless. The human colon normally contains over 400 different bacteria which provide many health benefits. Very occasionally, a bad bacteria may show up and cause health problems. The purpose of this bacteria is to replace the bad bacteria with a gentle harmless one.The FDA regards this product as a food supplement. It has never been proven scientifically to be a benefit in any health condition. Still, some physicians will use it when a GI infection or diarrhea occurs in the hope that a change in the colon bacteria will help.


Follow your physician's instructions carefully. The granule packets should be added to or taken with cereal, food, milk, fruit juice or water. Tablets may be chewed and each dose should be followed by a small amount of milk, fruit juice or water. Store this product in the refrigerator but do not freeze. Keep all medications away from children. Never share your medications with anyone else.If you miss a dose of this medicine, take it as soon as possible. If it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and return to your regular schedule. Do not double up on this medication.

If you are allergic to milk or sensitive to lactose, you should avoid the use of lactobacillus.Unless directed by your physician, do not use for longer than two days or in the presence of a high fever.Adverse reactions can occur with any drug, even over-the-counter medications. Some of these are mild such as a stomach upset, which may be avoided by taking the medication with food. Minor reactions may go away on their own but if they persist, contact the physician. For major reactions, the patient should contact the physician immediately. There are no known side effects of lactobacillus.