How long do symptoms of lactose intolerance last?

How long do symptoms of lactose intolerance last?

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Answer 1
November, 2020
Takeaway. Symptoms of lactose intolerance usually begin between 30 minutes and 2 hours after consuming dairy. The symptoms last until the lactose passes through your digestive system, up to about 48 hours later. The severity of your symptoms can be mild or severe depending on how much dairy you eat.

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