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Buy Discount Lactaid Drops and/or Generic Alternative

Drug Name Related Drug Names
Lactaid Drops 5mu/mL Lactaid Drops

Lactaid Drops

 
 

Lactaid Drops Product Description

Lactaid Drops are used to help patients with lactose intolerance consume and enjoy lactose products. It is essentially an enzyme that aids the stomach in the digestion of milk sugars.Lactaid Drops should be kept at room temperature in an area that is protected from heat. Lactaid tablets should not be refrigerated. Take Lactaid tablets before eating any foods containing lactose. When starting this medication, take three tablets to begin with and adjust amount of medication to meet your needs. Generally, taking six tablets at a time will prevent any lactose intolerance symptoms. If symptoms persist after taking six tablets before eating food containing lactose, talk to your health-care provider. Tablets may be swallowed or chewed.If you are allergic to any of the contents in this medication, do not take Lactaid Drops. Before taking Lactaid Drops, tell your doctor if you are: pregnant; planning to become pregnant; breastfeeding; taking any prescription or nonprescription medicines; taking any herbal or dietary supplements; or if you have any allergies to any foods or medications. If you have diabetes, it is recommended that you consult with your doctor about how Lactaid drops may affect your blood sugar as well.This medication should not be given to any children under four years of age.Severe side effects include the symptoms of an allergic reaction.Common side effects have not yet been identified with this product. If you think you are experiencing any side effects after taking Lactaid Drops, notify your healthcare provider immediately.

How should Lactaid Drops be stored?

Lactaid Drops should be kept at room temperature in an area that is protected from heat. Lactaid tablets should not be refrigerated.

How should I take Lactaid Drops?

Take Lactaid tablets before eating any foods containing lactose. When starting this medication, take three tablets to begin with and adjust amount of medication to meet your needs. Generally, taking six tablets at a time will prevent any lactose intolerance symptoms. If symptoms persist after taking six tablets before eating food containing lactose, talk to your health-care provider. Tablets may be swallowed or chewed.

When should Lactaid Drops not be taken?

If you are allergic to any of the contents in this medication, do not take Lactaid Drops.

What precautions should I follow when taking Lactaid Drops?

Before taking Lactaid Drops, tell your doctor if you are: pregnant; planning to become pregnant; breastfeeding; taking any prescription or nonprescription medicines; taking any herbal or dietary supplements; or if you have any allergies to any foods or medications. If you have diabetes, it is recommended that you consult with your doctor about how Lactaid drops may affect your blood sugar as well.

What special warning(s) should I be aware of when taking Lactaid Drops?

This medication should not be given to any children under four years of age.

What are the side effects of Lactaid Drops?

Severe side effects include the symptoms of an allergic reaction.

Common side effects have not yet been identified with this product. If you think you are experiencing any side effects after taking Lactaid Drops, notify your healthcare provider immediately.

 
 
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