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Lactose intolerance - symptoms and how to test

The inability to break down lactose, a sugar found primarily in milk and dairy products, is a frequent digestive issue known as lactose intolerance. African, Asian, Hispanic, and American Indian populations have a higher prevalence of lactose intolerance than the general population. Premature births. The small intestine doesn't grow lactase-producing cells until late in the third trimester; hence preterm infants may have lower amounts of lactase. If you exhibit signs of lactose intolerance, the test may be necessary. Symptoms typically manifest within half an hour to two hours of consuming dairy products.