"Do you have lactose intolerance?"

@Shavkat (67300)
Philippines
June 3, 2017 11:57pm CST
I am sure some of you are so allergic to food or cannot tolerate some meal that leads to a tummy ache. I must say that I don’t have a cast iron stomach. Lactose intolerance is unbearable for me to endure. Even a low volume of milk, my tummy will crumble and it takes time for me to get well. “Do you have a cast iron stomach?” Image Credit: pixabay.com
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@Nawsheen (22912)
• Mauritius
4 Jun 17
Yes i can't tolerate milk and milk related products. They make me sick.
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
4 Jun 17
When I was young, there is nothing wrong if drinking some milk. Now, I cannot endure having milk in my system.
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@Nawsheen (22912)
• Mauritius
4 Jun 17
@Shavkat in fact this has been happening to me for the past seven years and i tjink th4 reason behind it is that my dad suffers from it too
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
5 Jun 17
@Nawsheen I am not sure. A friend of mine told me that it must be due to iron deficiency.
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@ridingbet (62087)
• Philippines
4 Jun 17
when i was still studying, i loved drinking milk every day even when i sleep. my late father used to prepare 'ponche' for me (condensed milk and the yolk of an egg). i can still taste it. but when i delivered my son, i began to have intolerance to milk. even skimmed milk, so when i make a cup of milk, i just put 2 teaspoonful of the powdered milk and half a teaspoon of sugar, added to lukewarm water.
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
4 Jun 17
When we were in primary school, my siblings and I usually drink skimmed milk for breakfast.When I am in college, I noticed that I am lactose intolerance.
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@ridingbet (62087)
• Philippines
5 Jun 17
@Shavkat so even now, you no longer drink milk? how about coffee creamer? can you tolerate it still?
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
5 Jun 17
@ridingbet If I will have coffee creamer, I shouldn't have an empty stomach. Lately, I don't use any creamer to my coffee.
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@LadyDuck (189358)
• Switzerland
4 Jun 17
No, I do not have a cast iron stomach, there are many food that make me sick. I have a mild intolerance to lactose, I cannot eat some kind of cheese.
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
4 Jun 17
On regards to seafood, I can't eat dried squids made by locals.
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@LadyDuck (189358)
• Switzerland
4 Jun 17
@Shavkat I have no problems with seafood, but I never tried dried squids.
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
4 Jun 17
@LadyDuck In my country, the local people love to make dried squids. Image Credit:sc01.alicdn.com
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• Pamplona, Spain
4 Jun 17
Milk is something I don´t touch anymore except for a few drops in the tea and that is it. Have no problem with Ice Cream though.
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
5 Jun 17
I don't have any tummy aches with ice cream. I sometimes have a teaspoon coffee cream.
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• Pamplona, Spain
5 Jun 17
@Shavkat I guess that its the way they treat the milk. There are lots of people with that problem its their system saying no way am I going to put up with this stuff.
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
5 Jun 17
@lovinangelsinstead21 I do think we still need to have some dairy products.We can just still do it with limitations.
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@Marty1 (38371)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
25 Jun 17
Have you ever tried a non dairy milk? Like maybe an almond or cashew milk? I don't think my sister isn't lactose intolerant. But only drinks cashew milk. I think it doesn't have lactose it. Or try looking for lactose free milk like I have seen a brand that is called I believe lacaid and it is for the lactose intolerant
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
25 Jun 17
Thank you, my friend. I think this is a good alternative for lactose intolerance like me. I will try it.
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@Marty1 (38371)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
25 Jun 17
@Shavkat you're welcomed! Hope one of them works for you!
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
25 Jun 17
@Marty1 I hope it will. Thanks again
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@youless (94793)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Jun 17
Luckily, I don't have this kind of problem. I can still have any food I want. It just depends on whether I like to eat it or not.
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
8 Jun 17
That's a good thing. How's your surgery?
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@youless (94793)
• Guangzhou, China
8 Jun 17
@Shavkat Surgery went well but today I haven't got the test result yet.
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
8 Jun 17
@youless I hope you can have it soon.
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@buenavida (8348)
• Sweden
5 Jun 17
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
6 Jun 17
Thank you for the information. Let me try that, too. I hope it is available in my country.
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@buenavida (8348)
• Sweden
6 Jun 17
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
6 Jun 17
@buenavida I need to check it later. Thanks.
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@Fishmomma (11421)
• United States
5 Jun 17
I have intolerance to several foods, so I just don't buy them. Its harder to shop today, so am growing more food in my back yard now.
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
5 Jun 17
The best way to keep fit is to refrain from eating this food. I also like to do gardening and have some crops in the backyard.
@FourWalls (16348)
• United States
4 Jun 17
Yes, I'm lactose intolerant. Not severely, however. I can have a little yogurt or ice cream, but no milk drinking.
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
4 Jun 17
I can have some other dairy products but no pure milk. If I do, that would be a big problem.
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@prashu228 (25517)
• India
4 Jun 17
Not even me. My stomach is sensitive to some fishes.
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
4 Jun 17
I also don't eat fish with soup. I don't like the aftertaste of it.
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@teenspirit (1611)
• Israel
4 Jun 17
yes but in a low amount
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@Shavkat (67300)
• Philippines
4 Jun 17
I think I can deal with drinking in a small amount, too
@1hopefulman (35060)
• Canada
5 Jun 17
I can take a bit of milk or cheese on rare occasions but not too much and so I avoid it most of the time.
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@KrauseHome (35503)
• United States
4 Jun 17
I only wish many times, especially lately that I had an iron stomach. I know the older I get, and especially with all these New meds and pain I am enduring I have to watch things more. As for milk products, I am glad so far this is not something that bothers me.