RepHresh Pro-B

RepHresh Pro-B

#3 AMAZON BEST SELLERS IN PROBIOTIC NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS, It is stated in the website that "RepHresh Pro-B is a Vaginal Probiotic. Lactobacillus, yeast, and other bacteria are all naturally present in your body and optimum vaginal health occurs when there is a healthy balance of these elements to support a healthy vagina." Lactobacillus rhamnosus GR-1 and Lactobacillus reuteri RC-14 are contained.

PROS: Clinically proven to treat Urinary Tract Infections (1), Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) (2), and Yeast Infections (3) To remove vaginal odor, use RepHresh™ Vaginal Gel and then use RepHresh™ Pro-B™ to maintain the condition. No refrigeration is needed before opening but do not store above room temperature (77F)
CONS: This product has only two strains.  Contains milk.
OUR OPINION: This product is for specific ailment such as UTI, BV, and yeast infections.  It is not for general purpose. Therefore, take a product which has more strains together with this product.
RELATED PRODUCTS, PurFem Probiotic  WITH APPLICATOR, The website stated that "The 2 Lactobacillus species in Purfem Probiotic convert lactose in the vagina to lactic acid which changes the pH of the vagina to the normal range. This more acidic environment makes it harder for the pathogenic (“bad”) bacteria to thrive and reproduce." Clinically tested for Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) (4) and restore inner ecosystem after menopause in a long term. (5) 
 

References

  1. Falagas, Matthew E., et al. "Probiotics for prevention of recurrent urinary tract infections in women." Drugs 66.9 (2006): 1253-1261.
  2. Mastromarino, Paola, Beatrice Vitali, and Luciana Mosca. "Bacterial vaginosis: a review on clinical trials with probiotics." New Microbiol 36.3 (2013): 229-38.
  3. Köhler, Gerwald A., Senait Assefa, and Gregor Reid. "Probiotic interference of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GR-1 and Lactobacillus reuteri RC-14 with the opportunistic fungal pathogen Candida albicans." Infectious diseases in obstetrics and gynecology 2012 (2012).
  4. Larsson, Per-Göran, et al. "Extended antimicrobial treatment of bacterial vaginosis combined with human lactobacilli to find the best treatment and minimize the risk of relapses." BMC infectious diseases 11.1 (2011): 1.
  5. Parma, M., et al. "The role of vaginal Lactobacillus Rhamnosus (Normogin®) in preventing Bacterial Vaginosis in women with history of recurrences, undergoing surgical menopause: a prospective pilot study." European review for medical and pharmacological sciences 17.10 (2013): 1399-1403.