I don't know why I have been throwing up. I feel no pain in abdomen, no fever or chills. I get a little nauseous just before I'm about to throw up, I throw up and I'm fine. I don't know what sets it off, but I'm scared to eat. Help
You are lactose intolerant, cut all milk products out (check labels lactose is in everything) see I'd that help, I'm severally lactose intolerant I throw up and have severe stomach cramping as well as chills shakes and swelling of my abdomin!
I am lactose intolerant and throw up milk as soon as it hits my mouth! I can tolerate some cheeses however. Colby, cottage and Parmesan are okay for me. Anything else can bring on a bad migraine headache. - Just for your information, genrose78. - It does help to take Lactaid before eating ice cream or cheeses. - There are also lactose free products out there. The lactose-free milk is so sweet and doesn't upset the stomach at all. - Some lactose-free products are hard to find - you may have to go to several stores to find them.... Best wishes
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