Lactose intolerance (Lactase deficiency): Inability to digest lactose
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I was lactose intolerant before I started on Lisinopril and amlodipane. From the very begining those meds have caused lots of intestinal movement and flatlulance (gas). I told my physician about my lactose intolerance so he got me lisinopril with "no lactose" listed on the bottle. I keep ...
My daughter is lactose intolerant. I've noticed that some of the medications prescribed to her contain lactose. I'm taking her off all meds but will continue giving her Miralax if I can be sure it doesn't contain lactose. It's not listed on the ingredients but I have read different info on ...
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As I am suffering from hypothyroidism my uric acid level is increased and I am also lactose intolerant want to know what I have to do in this condition and what food should be taken in such conditions and what precautions should be taken
may I ask a question? i have been given clonasepam .5mg to help with sleeping. i am just seeing that it has lactose in it. I am lactose intolerant. Does this affect the people who are lactose intolerant? Will a lactose prevention over the counter pill help?
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