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Lactose Intolerance Test Results. What Do They Mean?


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#1 txgirl

 
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Posted 11 December 2012 - 11:48 AM

I just got back from the hospital. I tested positive for lactose intolerance.

My question is:

Before I even drank any of the lactase solution, my base methane levels started at 30 (she said normally it's 0 or 1 after fasting for over 12 hours) Then over the course of three hours, it spiked in the 50's.

My hydrogen levels stayed below 10.

Any idea what a base methane level that high could mean? Also, does this and celiac have any connection or are these two separate issues? I don't have a follow-up with my GI for another week.
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