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Diarrhea, taken Lactaid pills. Going to bathroom after exercising. Is it sensitive?

I ve always had stomach problems after I turned 19 and I am almost 22. It started with milk. I didn t know it was causing me to have diarrhea until last year and I bought lactaid pills to allow me to have dairy products without the horrible aftermath I ve been suffering. I also had to stop having ice and hot cappuccinos, every single brand of soda except for coke, that is the only soda that does not upset me. And now I m trying to exercise and I ve started slowly, doing 50 crunches/squats a day but I noticed that hours later I have to run to the bathroom. Is there something going on in my stomach or is it just really sensitive? I m beginning to be afraid to eat anything or do any kind of exercise because of what I ll have to suffer within hours to come. The pain is not worth it. P.S. The diarrhea isn t a one time thing. I always end up in the bathroom three times in less than an hour.
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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Most of the diarrhea are self limiting and does not need any treatment, if you go for passing the stool four to five times in day then this would be normal condition and does not need any treatment in my opinion stop all the medicine that you are taking, and no need to worry bout this, this would come around, hope this helps.
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