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Dairy With Gastroenteritis
Fresh eggs ok. : Eggs are not a dairy product, and if fresh and eaten soon after being well cooked should not be a problem to digest and will not have mold spores. Egg beaters which are pasteurized are ok too. Eggs have no residue ( which means they are low in fiber). That is a good thing if you have diarrhea. Good health ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get mild to severe stomach pain after eating yogurt, and most fruits, eg, apples, grapes, watermelon. I'm not lactose intolerant, other dairy is ok.
Maybe: No more effective than any other food that will neutralize the acid in your stomach (for a few hours). ...Read more
Bacteria make gas: A normal person eating a healthy diet can get flatulent. One reason is excess fiber. Since humans don't digest the fiber, intestinal bacteria will feed on it and make gas as a byproduct. Another reason is lactose intolerance, in which one can't digest the lactose (milk sugar) he eats. Again, bacteria will feed on it. A third reason is sugar alcohols, like maltitol, that can cause gas & diarrhea. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Only temporarily: Since babies produce lactase enzyme, but they can lose a lot of their enzyme during diarrhea, lactose-free formula may be needed for a couple weeks after each illness with diarrhea. When recovered, a baby can be gradually returned to regular formula, while parents watch the baby for excess gassiness, bloating, or loose poops. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lactose free!: Foods without lactose, which means milk, some cheeses, yogurt (regular). Lactose intolerance can also occur with foods which have significant milk or milk powder added. Milk whey is lactose free. All cheeses without carbs can be eaten. Remember, lactose is rarely added to food products. Unfortunately, other sugar products are, albeit safe for people with lactose intolerance. ...Read more
Maynot need Immodium: It depends on the cause of the diarrhea. If someone develop salmonellosis or infection caused by salmonella bacteria, just drinking fluids and eating simple, soft and bland diet might be enough. Having bloody diarrhea or any other complications or diarrhea lasting more than 3-4 days, needs medical attention from a physician.Thanks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes.: There are no specific avoid foods. Some people with ibs will find that they cannot tolerate a certain food so it would be reasonable to avoid foods that you feel cause you trouble. But if you eat cottage cheese and it is not a problem, then go for it. ...Read more
Yes: Speaking from personal experience i would answer that this is possible. ...Read more
Possible dairy allergy, diahorrea, stomach cramps and nausea after milk, yoghurt, cheese etc and stomach cramps after eating milk chocolate. ?
food intolerances: If by food intolerances you mean 'adverse reactions to foods that are not caused by allergic antibodies' then the answer is unknown. There are many persons who report that certain foods reproducibly cause a myriad of unusual reactions however, the mechanism by which these foods cause problems remains a mystery to the medical world. Some physician's believe this to be lymphocyte-mediated reactions. ...Read more
Md advied gluten free diet d/t unmanaged GI issues, possible wheat intolerance, & ctd. Would this include everything with gluten including condiments?
I'm not lactose intolerance, fine with milk n cheese etc. but I get severe diarrhea and stomach cramp 1-2 hrs after eating Greek yogurt. Why is that?
Greek yougurt: and GI symptoms. There must be something in the yogurt that you are sensitive to. Please read the label and see what's in it as a flavoring, coloring, preservative, etc. Consider eating a different brand or non-Greek yogurt. Peace and good health. ...Read more
35 year-old woman with abdominal discomfort, bloating, nausea and gas associated with starchy foods.....?
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