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... before he went off he had diarrhea bad enough to go to the ER. Now he has very bad cramping in his lower stomach, but no diarrhea. Doctor said it is IBS or maybe lactose intolerant. Been away from all dairy for 2 weeks and still has bad cramping. Could it be from the Bactrim? Stomach rumbles ...
Posted 31 Jul 2017 by • 0 answers
Is there a way to determine whether a drug is gluten-free, has corn starch, or potato starch as one of its ingredients? Is there way to determine whether a drug is soy-free, lactose-free, or have ingredients derived from corn? Is it true that not all companies that make a drug uses the same ...
Posted 19 Jul 2017 by • 0 answers
... away from Colostrum products?
Posted 9 Jul 2017 by • 0 answers
Lactulose at night could be effective around 0200,, with enema The same in daytime but more manageable.
Posted 9 Mar 2017 by • 1 answer
Diarrhea for 3 months now due to lactose intolerance, took a probiotic but I'd like to take Florastor at the same time to get regulated again.
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I have a uti with lactose positive gram negative rods (a), and have had an allergic reaction to amox-clav in the past (but have taken amoxicillin in the past with no problem), I also have had allergic reaction to cephalexin starting the second day. I am worried about taking macrobid because of all ...
Posted 11 Jun 2016 by • 1 answer
... lactose intolerant. I'm wondering what I can and cannot eat. Does anyone have Celiac and LC and can make suggestions for a diet? I also have arthritis, adult congenital heart disease and COPD. It seems that my chronic diseases and their medications exacerbate my digestive disorders, i.e. ...
Posted 21 May 2016 by • 0 answers
My daughter ALWAYS gets a false positive. I am wondering if one of her allergens is used to produce the testing solution. She is allergic to caffeine and is also lactose intolerant.
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Since the day I was born I have had the following -Tethered Spinal Cord -Asthma -Birth Mark -Lazy Eye -Tongue Tied -Osteoarthritis -Brain Mass (Hippocampal area) -Lactose Intolerance -Constant infections in ears, nose, chest I would appreciate a name of any condition which can cause this. Please ...