I'm lactose intolerant and I just ate 1 ltr of ice cream what do?
Milk-based products may not necessarily affect you as badly as straight-up milk.
A lot of lactose intolerant people get the typical telltale signs when they drink a glass of milk. They may feel little to nothing when consuming yogurt, ice cream, and cheese.
it's been like an hour and a half now and no pain yet.
The reason you're lactose intollerant is because your body doesnt have the enzymes required to break lactose down, correct? So why dont you supplement with enzymes? Why is lactose intollerance even a thing anymore.
>tfw that one important time the lactose digestive pills didn't work
>claiming to be superior over another human being
>all because some people can't digest milk properly
>encouraging suicide over something so minor
>implying you're a better person at all
>when you're shitposting on an anonymous Vietnamese embroidery imageboard
Re-evaluate your entire life, please.
yogurt generally has lactase, the enzyme which lactose intolerant people are missing, in it.
Lactose intolerant people can actually 'cure' themselves if they maintain a colony of lactase, by regularly feeding it milk products after obtaining it from those kinds of yogurt, or they can just have yogurt before they have milk products.
You can get it in pill form now too.