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    Gas/Diarreha/Tiredness/White tongue
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    Mick205 posted:
    I've had a severe digestive problem for 26 years and have been to doctors all over the country in my job travels with many tests being done, some repetitive, with no conclusion other than lactose intolerance. This problem started as severe intestinal problems, terrible csugar cravings, severe tiredness after eating, white tongue where I could scrape off the junk with my fingernail. I've learned to restrict my diet, eliminating most sugars, and have also found recently that digestive enzymes help my condition considerably. If I go off my diet for a few meals all hell breaks loose again......severe tiredness, gas, diahrea, white tongue, lower back pain, just to name a few. I am wondering if anyone else has these symptoms?
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