Bifidobacterium lactis, Lactilobacillus casei, Lactilobacillus fermentum, Lactilobacillus gasseri, Lactilobacillus reuteri, Lactilobacillus rhamnosus.
Live bacteria and yeast that live naturally in our bodies, a healthy body has a balance of "good" and "bad" bacteria. The microbes live primarily in the gut, mouth, urinary tract, skin, lungs, and vagina where they support the immune system and control inflammation. Probiotics can also be found in some foods like yogurt, kombucha, and fermented foods.
- Studies have shown that the presence of predominant Lactobacillus species is considered a health biomarker of the symbiotic balance of the female genital tract.
- Enriching the gut microbiome through prebiotic or probiotic therapy has the potential to improve PCOS phenotypes. Correcting the metabolic, hormonal and inflammatory aspect.
- They help prevent and improve bacterial vaginosis that increases the risks of: premature delivery, low birth weight, implantation rate in assisted reproductive procedures, and postpartum complications.
- Health Benefits of Probiotics: A Review
- The emerging role of the gut microbiome in polycystic ovary syndrome
- Probiotics and synbiotics for polycystic ovarian syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysis
- What fertility specialists should know about the vaginal microbiome: a review
- Probiotics Dietary Supplementation for Modulating Endocrine and Fertility Microbiota Dysbiosis