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Sick After Eating Yogurt
Not necessarily: Yogurt contains a variety of ingredients and is a milk product. If by sick you mean upset stomach, bloating, etc, you might be lactose intolerant. See if some lactaid helps with your symptoms. If you don't get these symptoms when eating a regular peach, I wouldn't suspect the peach in the yogurt. Might also check what kind of additives/preservatives are in the yogurt. ...Read more
How long does it typically take for people with lactose intolerance to feel sick after drinking milk or eating yogurt?
Varies: The time for symptoms to develop varies, but usually not immediate...More often these symptoms occur hours after ingestion. ...Read more
No: It's gross, but not dangerous.Get a more detailed answer ›
I got a wicked boner after eating some yogurt this morning. I felt really horny and im a little worried.
Don't worry: You must really like yogurt! Morning erections are normal and healthy, just like yogurt. ...Read more
Maybe lactose: Many yogurts in this country despite having probiotics still have lots of lactose. You could either try cutting out the yogurt or add lactaid capsules which have the enzyme to digest lactose to see if it makes a difference. ...Read more
I took my ciprofloxacin hcl pill 2 hrs after eating yogurt now I'm about to take my next dose 4 hours after eating creamy pasta what should I do??
Doesn't matter: Dairy foods somewhat reduce absorption of ciprofloxacin. Don't take them within 1 hour of each other, but otherwise no problem. 2-4 hours is fine. ...Read more
I am lactose intolerant and recently noticed that I am able to have yogurt for breakfast w/o the symptoms I typically get after eating anything with lactose (pizza, ice cream, cream, etc.)?
Amount of lactose: Assuming the cream is not heavy cream, the amount of lactose (milk sugar) in the yogurt is likely significantly less than in the foods that cause you problems. Heavy cream is mostly milk fat, so if you can tolerate yogurt, intolerance of heavy cream would be more likely a fat intolerance. ...Read more
Lactose intolerance: Yogurt contains lactose and persons who have intolerance to it can get stomach cramps, bloating due to gas and/or diarrhea. Try withtholding all dairy including milk products in other foods. A breath test can also rule out lactose intolerance. ...Read more
Might cause cramps from the COLD itself and a sensitive gastro-colic reflex (Reflex after eating "preparing" the bowels for intake)...This effect should not last for more than a few minutes. Prolonged cramps could indicate Lactose deficiency...
Just "thoughts' Hope they help!
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Yogurt: Nothing much.Get a more detailed answer ›
Seems like I have slight stomach upset after eating plain yogurt, but not after greek yogurt. Is this possible, or likely unrelated to the yogurt?
Intolerance to: Ingredients and preservatives of one kind of yogurt is possible. It also could be unrelated to yogurt. See you local friendly doctor if it persists. ...Read more
11 month old girl had urticaria on face (lasted 40min) after eating pasta, courgettes, apricot yogurt, soya yogurt (1 tsp, 1st time), apple. 1st epis.
Allergic reaction: There are so many things in the list that she could be allergic too. There is a very good blood test--immunocap that can test for allergies to food to identify the food. Start with very simple foods and slowly add one at a time to see if you can pin point the culprit ...Read more
What could cause fatigue and low energy after eating yogurt and fruit with whole wheat toast with peanut butter every morning for breakfast?
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.
Many possibilities.: Food intolerance or sensitivity, gallbladder disease, psychogenic, obstruction of stomach or intestine, gastroesophageal reflux disease, simple overeating, pregnancy. You name it, she could have it. The key to diagnosis is in the history and exam. This is where a good doctor can save you a lot of time and money. ...Read more
5 signs to watch for: You may have an eating disorder if you answer yes to two or more of the following: 1) do you force yourself to vomit because you're uncomfortably full? 2) do you worry that you've lost control over how much you eat? 3) have you lost >14 lbs in a 3 month period? 4) do you believe you're fat when others think you are too thin? 5) does thinking about food dominate your life? (from aarp magazine) ...Read more
What symptoms?: Your question is too nonspecific & offers no information about your symptoms, signs, risks. "gi problems" run the spectrum from cancer to infection, inflammation, ischemia, metabolic disorders, motility issues, malabsorption/ maldigestion, stress, & even problems outside the GI tract. Please help with more info--happy to assist if we know what "feeling sick" means to you & in what context. ...Read more
Unclear: What kind of chocolate do you react to? Dark, milk, or white? How much sugar is added? Any other added ingredients including chemicals? Is it possible that it's something other than the chocolate involved? If it is the chocolate, it may simply be a food allergy. If you are diabetic, it could be the sugar making you feel bad. If lactose intolerant, it can be the milk. I hope you find out. ...Read more
Nausea after food: There are a few things that could be at the source of these symptoms. If it is an isolated event, it could be bad food. If it is persistent, it could be inflammation of the stomach, a peptic or duodenal ulcer. Slowed digestion can also cause the food to sit in the stomach which could be a source as well. If these symptoms persist see your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
Gastrointestinal pro: Could be a liver, gallbladder problem, if there is pain, then may be an ulcer or pancreas problem. ...Read more
Could be gallstones: It could possibly be gallstones if you feel bloated, distended or having a pain in upper abdomen after a meal (more often after greasy or fried foods). ...Read more
Yes: At this time I would consider this to be bulemia and I feel you should discuss this problem with your physician before it becomes a deep problem. ...Read more
I have a 30 percent func. Gallbladder, could it cause me to feel like I am going to gag and get sick after eating?
Unlikely: I suspect there is another cause of your symptoms. There are numerous possibilities from peptic ulcers disease to celiac disease to food allergies or others. A gallbladder without gallstones rarely causes symptoms and if it does it usually associated with a much lower gallbladder ejection fraction. ...Read more
May have reflux: See your doctor to find out if you have reflux food allergies or other abdominal issues. Some people have to avoid lactose and others glutein so it is hard to know without reviewing this with your doctor and getting a physical exam and possible work up. Even pregnancy can cause this. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
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