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Anyone have advice on taking probiotics for RA? There are too many different kinds and articles I have read are conflicting. They are expensive too and I wonder if they are worth the money?

  1. Hi Riri ~

    I agree that the information out there seems to be conflicting! Unfortunately there isn't a specific answer to this question - it's one of those things that helps some people but not others. As a starting point, I would recommend getting your doctor's opinion on the subject - which is always a good idea if you're interested in trying a supplement or natural treatment.

    Here are a few articles that might provide a bit more information on the topic:

    Can Probiotics Help RA?

    Connecting Gut Health with RA

    Best of luck and please remember that we are here to support you!

    ~Mariah~ (Site Moderator)

    1. Hi. I'm new here. I was coming to ask the same question about probiotics.

      1. HI Riri, Please try this: I hope this helps.

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