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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Milk Intolerance In Adults

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What's a milk intolerance like?

What's a milk intolerance like?

All non allergic sym: The most common milk intolerance is due to a problem digesting milk or a component of milk. Lactose intolerance is the most common. It may cause bloating, gas, cramping ANS even diarrhea. Milk protein intolerance is common in infants. This causes bloody diarrhea and nasal congestion with drainage. Most kids "out grow" this but i'm convinced that other milder symptoms persist, especially the nasal. ...Read more

Dr. Bhavin Patel
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Lactose Intolerance (Definition)

Lactose is a type of sugar found in milk and other dairy products. Lactose intolerance develops when the small intestine does not make enough of an enzyme called lactase. The body needs this enzyme to digest lactose. This is not a milk allergy, but instead an intolerance with gastrointestinal symptoms of crampy abdominal pain, gassiness and diarrhea worse with increasing ...Read more


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Is it possible to devellop a milk intolerance later in life?

Is it possible to devellop a milk intolerance later in life?

Milk intolerance : Milk intolerance can develop at any age, and is most often due to a deficiency of lactase, the enzyme the body uses to digest milk sugar, or lactose. Babies make the enzyme well, but in many parts of the world, adults don't. Without the enzyme, the sugar remains inside the gut and can't be absorbed, and causes fluid to remain there too, leading to diarrhea. ...Read more

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What does I need to tell my child when older about having had milk intolerance?

What does I need to tell my child when older about having had milk intolerance?

Nothing: You do not have to worry about this being a long lasting issue. If she is able to be transitioned to whole cows milk when she is 1 then there is no longer a problem. She should be aware of it but does not indicate that she will have a residual lactose intolerance. ...Read more

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Are there differences in cheese vs milk intolerance?

Are there differences in cheese vs milk intolerance?

Milk: Sometimes. If both bother you you have a cows milk or dairy intolerance. Sometimes one can eat exotic cheeses without problems with this disorder since the preperation of the cheese may change or denature the part of the milk you are allergic to thus rendering the product safe. Sometimes boiling milk will do the same. There are many proteins and components to milk that you could be allergic to so. ...Read more

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Can teen get cheese, butter and milk intolerance?

Can teen get cheese, butter and milk intolerance?

Yes: Lactose intolerance can present at any age in various degrees of symptoms. This is due to the body's inability to digest milk sugar, lactose, due to a deficiency or lack of function of the lactase enzyme produced in the gut to digest the milk sugar, lactose. ...Read more

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Could my milk intolerance possibly becoming worse?

If you drink more...: ...Milk, the symptoms will get worse. True lactose intolerance cannot get worse because the enzyme lactase cannot get any more absent. ...Read more

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What does an egg and / or milk intolerance feel like?

What does an egg and / or milk intolerance feel like?

GI symptoms: Most food intolerance symptoms are gastrointestinal - upset stomach, bloating, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea. Symptoms may begin almost immediately after eating or be delayed for several hours in onset. They persist for minutes to up to a day or two. ...Read more

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Is it possible to have milk intolerance but not with cheese?

Yes: Your milk intolerance may be lactose related, the sugar in milk. During the formation of cheese, especially something like cheddar, the lactose is consumed in the process & only remains at trace levels. ...Read more

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What kind of foods can you eat with lactose / milk intolerance?

Use lactase : Use of a digestive aid containing the enzyme lactase helps to reduce symptoms associated to lactose intolerance, and eat practically all foods. Without this digestive aid, most lactose intolerant people would tolerate traces of milk, but not more than a tablespoon of milk, or less than a bite of cheese. Food containing dairy products should be avoided. (eg, ice cream, pizza, cheese, yogurt). ...Read more

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Ca++ supplement for someone with milk intolerance?

Ca++ supplement for someone with milk intolerance?

Yes: Calcium is fortified in milk products. Thus if the substitute is not fortified then it is essential that you supplement calcium. ...Read more

Dr. Bhavin Patel
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Milk Intolerance (Definition)

Milk intolerance (lactose intolerance), is a condition where a person's body does not produce enough of the enzyme lactase, which works to digest the milk sugars. Without this enzyme, the milk sugar goes undigested, which can cause ...Read more


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