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Facts About Lactose Intolerance In Your Baby That A Moms Must Know

What Is Lactose Intolerance?
Lactose is a natural sugar mostly found in dairy items. If a baby cannot digest this lactose present in milk, it is called lactose intolerance. Intolerance happens when the enzyme lactase needed to digest this lactose is not secreted in sufficient amount in the baby’s gut. In turn, the baby will have problems in the digestive system since the milk stays inside the stomach in an undigested form. Do You Think Your Baby Is Lactose Intolerance?Symptoms Of Lactose Intolerance In Babies
In absence of lactase, the lactose present in the milk does not digested and stays in the gut. As a result, the bacteria in the gut eat the lactose and produce large amounts of gas. This causes a wide range of symptoms including: ·Diarrhea ·Stomach pain with bloating ·Noisy bowel sounds and wind ·Vomiting ·Crankiness ·Unable to settle ·Coming on and off the breast during breastfeeding ·Frequently crying ·Malnutrition, unable to gain weight Causes Of Lactose Intolerance In BabiesThere are two …

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