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Alternatives to prescribed Isomilk-lactose free milk for 15 year old

hi, My daughter is 15 months old. 6 months back doctor had prescribed ISOMIL - lactose free milk powder to her. Since then she is taking the feed. Now there is shortage of ISOMIL and it is not available. Beside ZEROLAC, what would be the best option, that will be easily available in city like Meerut of Uttar Pradesh. Kindly advise
Asked On : Tue, 8 May 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum.lactose intolarance is a condition occur to the infents due to failure of development of enzyme system. once baby grows up & enzyme system you need not omit milk.
you can give milk and milk products. if you find some difference of digestion you can use enzymes
and lactobasillus with the advise of a local doctor. Besides i advise to give the baby veining foods
like cerelac, farex etc. and rice and other semi solid like boiled potato apple etc. Dont worry she will be fine.
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