Lactose intolerance

What is Lactose intolerance?

A disorder characterized by abdominal cramps and diarrhea after consumption of food that contains lactose (milk, ice cream); believed to reflect a deficiency of intestinal lactase; may appear first in young adults who had tolerated milk well as infants.

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can patient with lactose intolerence take tabket Vibact?

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Yes can be taken.

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my 9 month baby had loosemotions and has prescribed nutrolin b syrup and gramogyl syrup,5 ml each twice a day for 7 days.which...

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Welcome here for query of your baby.

@ This is intestine infection.
@ Nutrolin B is to support gut flora via lacto bacillus
Gramogyl is...

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hi,my baby is 8 months old, she had diarrhoea [loose stools with blood ] last week, she also has lactose intolerance she weighs 6.7kgs... my doctor...

doctor1 MD can give Paracetamol at the dose of 15 milligrams per kg per dose every 4 or 6th hourly. This to you can give only when there is fever...

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