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Who should not use saccharomyces cerevisiae?

If you are prone to developing yeast infections, you should not take saccharomyces cerevisiae. You should also avoid saccharomyces cerevisiae if you have a yeast allergy. Because saccharomyces cerevisiae can interact with certain medications, consult with your doctor before supplementing with it.

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