If your a man this isn't unusual at all.. :) But even if your a woman I wouldn't worry unless it gets really watery or very loose
and you get dehydrated. Drnk plenty of water.. the extra bacteria your taking is probably just processing things faster..
How much aloe vera gel are you using? That can act as a laxative. When I drink the aloe vera juice, I only drink an ounce at bedtime mixed with a diluted juice of some kind (whatever I happen to have). I haven't had a problem doing it that way.
I've been told that every individual is different for how many is normal to them. I used to have one a day, but then my gastro. system got messed up (antibiotics) so I started taking probiotics and aloe vera. I would then go 3 or 4 times a day- really, whenever I could. I am still taking probiotics and aloe vera and my system is getting more back to normal. Before I started the probiotics/aloe vera I oringinally had diahrea then I couldn't go for days...until I started taking them. I wouldn't be too worried about it as long as you are following the guidelines on the probiotics and aloe vera...
thanks to all for the input i have been taking one ounce three times a day,and probiotics twice a day.my problem is that i worry to much for any little thing,when it comes to my health.thank you again.
Hey i have them sometimes up to 3 times a day, then i go to the doctors and still find out im constipated as can be. There is really no # for it. some people go three times a day some go three times a week, if u feel okay then u should be fine.
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