We're thrilled to have been featured in the latest issue of The Lady magazine, in a menopause special which focuses on the invisible symptoms of menopause. The article, written by Anna Harper, discusses the health issues less commonly associated with menopause, such as low mood, exhaustion, and migraines. These challenging symptoms aren't often attributed to the menopause and can be mistakenly blamed on other causes such as stress at work or home. The article discusses common experiences of such symptoms and when a woman is likely to suffer from them.

"It's the other symptoms that people don't understand and don't talk about. Those are the ones that can be the most challenging." says Dr Louise Newson, a GP and menopause expert.

The article also talks about other symptoms such as UTIs and vaginal dryness, and it's here that the article recommends probiotics (and later our brand).

"Probiotics have been known to help some women suffering from urinary tract infections and dryness." We'd say that's excellent advice and rings true of the experiences our customers have shared with us in their reviews. Later in the article, OptiBac Probiotics was listed under 'useful contacts'.

OptiBac Probiotics is available in 14, 30, and 90 capsules.
OptiBac Probiotics is available in 14, 30, and 90 capsules.
We'd particularly recommend 'For women' as it contains two extensively researched probiotic strains; L. rhamnosus GR-1® and L. reuteri RC-14® which have been clinically trialled in over 2,500 women around the world, and proven to reach the vagina alive.

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