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every day after eating sweets/sugar, corn syrup - have bad gas (not smelly) lots of soft stool (not diarrhea) but have to go often and feel sick. why?

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Dr. Shelly Ludwig
47 years experience Gastroenterology
Food sensitivity: If your problem is in sweets, corn syrup or sugar you may be reacting to something like an artificial sweetener, a product in syrup but not sugar. May have intolerance to corn. May be improper digestion or absorption. Would attempt elimination diet of the above for 2 weeks at a time. If no help, look for other factors.
Answered on Nov 17, 2015
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