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I am 76 yrs old and have had diarreah for

I am 76 yrs old and have had diarreah for about 2 months. Recently my doctor told me I am lactose intorrerant . I ahve consumed large quantities of dairy products my entore life, lots of cheese and milk. I have never had this problem before. Is lactose a probable cause
Thu, 27 Sep 2018
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