My mother became lactose intolerant with age and it would seem to explain the symptoms I've been experiencing over the last year or so. It can be a little more serious than feeling a little bloated and feeling a little phlegmy after a milkshake and so for, about this time last year I woke up in such pain, nausea, etc. that I seriously wondered whether I was having a heart attack and was lying in bed cataloguing the symptoms and debating whether I should call an ambulance or not. Fortunately such hasn't reoccurred and a GP confirmed that my heart was fine. Internal pain like that is rather disconcerting and unpleasant, if you hurt a limb you can almost mentally distance yourself from the sensation, rather harder to do when it's within your core.
Though I could give soya milk a try does anyone have any recommendations for interesting teas to try without milk? What about cereals, do you not simply eat it, have it with water or soy milk?
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