If your child constantly feels nauseated after eating dairy products then there is a good possibility that they might be Lactose Intolerant. The undigested Lactose is causing the nauseated feeling as the body is unable to digest it.
Having diarrhea after eating dairy products, is another good indicator that your child might be Lactose Intolerant. If your child suffers from diarrhea then it is usually a very good way of telling that your child has issues with digesting Lactose, especially if it occurs immediately after consuming dairy products. Also, the frequency of the child having diarrhea is a good way of identifying whether or not your child is Lactose Intolerant.
Stomach cramps can often occur in children after consuming dairy product if they are Lactose Intolerant. The body is unable to break down the Lactose and causes stomach cramps in children. If your child develops severe stomach cramps right after eating dairy products like cheese or milk then there is a good chance that they could be Lactose Intolerant.
Bloating of the abdomen:
Bloating of your child’s abdomen after eating dairy products like ice cream or cheese is a strong indication that they are Lactose Intolerant. The bloating occurs as the body is unable to handle or break down the Lactose in the digestive system.
Pain in the abdomen:
After consuming different dairy products your child suffers from pain in their abdomen, there is a real chance that they are Lactose Intolerant. The pain can often be mild to severe depending on the level of intolerance.
If your child suffers from excessive gas build-up after eating dairy products, then there is a strong possibility that they could be Lactose Intolerant. The inability of your child to digest the excess Lactose in the digestive system can lead to gas build-up which causes discomfort.