Innovative probiotics developed for a wide range of indications

Lactobacillus contributes to women's health

The disruption of the vaginal and urinary microbiota ecosystem contributes to the overgrowth of pathogens which can cause infections, including urinary tract infections, bacterial vaginosis, and others1,2,3,4.

INNERIM® (or AB-INTIMUS) oral

L. plantarum KABP™ 061 (CECT 7504)

INNERIM (or AB-INTIMUS) oral restores vaginal microbiota after an infection, to prevent relapses and support antibiotic treatment. Ensures a healthy, balanced vaginal flora. 30 capsules for a preventive treatment against candidiasis and bacterial vaginosis

Additional compounds:

Zinc, Biotin and Selenium
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INNERIM® (or AB-INTIMUS)

L. plantarum KABP™ 061 (CECT 7504)

INNERIM (also known as AB-INTIMUS) restores vaginal microbiota after an infection, to prevent relapses and support antibiotic treatment. Ensures a healthy, balanced vaginal flora. A medical device that contains 7 vaginal tablets for a complete, 14-day treatment.

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AB-CYSCARE™

L. plantarum KABP™ 062 (CECT 8675ۜ)
L. plantarum KABP™ 063 (CECT 8677)

AB-CYSCARE™ naturally protects the urinary tract from infections, and can be used as a treatment together with antibiotics

Additional compounds:

Cranberry extract, Vitamin C

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References

1. Meštrović, T. et al. The Role of Gut, Vaginal, and Urinary Microbiome in Urinary Tract Infections: From Bench to Bedside. Diagnostics 11, 7 (2020). 2. Stapleton, A. E. The Vaginal Microbiota and Urinary Tract Infection. Microbiol. Spectr. 4, (2016). 3. Whiteside, S. A., Razvi, H., Dave, S., Reid, G. & Burton, J. P. The microbiome of the urinary tract – A role beyond infection. Nature Reviews Urology vol. 12 81–90 (2015). 4. Chee, W. J. Y., Chew, S. Y. & Than, L. T. L. Vaginal microbiota and the potential of Lactobacillus derivatives in maintaining vaginal health. Microbial Cell Factories vol. 19 1–24 (2020). Curr. Microbiol. 74, 987–995 (2017).