Can you eat cooked cheese if you take Lactaid before eating it?
My daughter has been having nausea issues for 2 months now and we are waiting on a GI appt but trying to figure it out in the meantime. I have a question for you. Can you eat cooked cheese if you take a Lactaid with it? We had Lasagna for supper and she took a Lactaid and still got nauseated. She does not throw up just gets varying degrees of nauseated. Do eggs bother you at all?
If you suspect she may be lactose intolerant then stop feeding her lactose. Cut it out of her diet and see if that helps. Alternately it could be a gluten intolerance. When my roommate first discovered she was gluten intolerant she would always get nauseous after meals and sometimes throw up.
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