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Answered 2014-09-20 02:47:59

Many genetic orders such as galactosemia is a disruption in a metabolic pathway. Galactosemia is a disruption in the process of breaking down galactose.

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2020-06-21 23:04:22
sever type1 classic galactosemia is the most sever rare galactosemia disorder, i think

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Answered 2020-06-21 23:12:23

What is the difference between lactose intolerance and galactosemia? No, galactosemia should not be confused with lactose intolerance. People with galactosemia usually have no problems digesting lactose or absorbing galactose. ... People who are lactose intolerant must avoid large amounts of lactose in foods but can usually still digest and metabolize galactose. Nov 13, 2014 soo not true, swich arround!

galactosemia is wors then lactose intolerance! galt can't digest milk, dairy or lactose or anything: dairy! People with galactosemia usually have no problems digesting lactose or absorbing galactose? uumm,.... lie! People with galactosemia i think do have problem's problems digesting lactose or absorbing galactose! People who are lactose intolerant must avoid large amounts of lactose in foods but can usually still digest and metabolize galactose. People who are lactose intolerant must avoid large amounts of lactose in foods but can usually still digest and metabolize galactose? lie! li can have, maby just a littlebit of digest milk, dairy or lactose or anything: dairy! galactosemia is way wors then li is! look up galactosemia! galactosemia can't digest! li can mabyjust a littlebit?

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2020-06-21 23:15:25
galactosemia is sever! wors then lactose intolerance!
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2020-10-11 03:04:46
thankโ€™s! whoever agreed!

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Answered 2020-06-21 23:05:42

Can you grow out of galactosemia? Galactosemia is a lifelong condition that children will not outgrow. However, galactosemia can be easily managed by following a galactose-free diet. ... The majority of fruits, vegetables, grains, breads, fats, and sugars are safe to eat as long as they contain little or no galactose. Oct 10, 2019 supposedlly, no. u can't outgrow it, it's a lifetime thing u have 2 deal with, i think?

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Answered 2020-06-21 23:14:52

There are three main types of galactosemia:

Classic (type I) sever type

Galactokinase deficiency (type II) mild/modrat?

Galactose epimerase deficiency (type III) mild?

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2020-06-21 23:16:24
sever type1 classic galactosemia is the most sever rare galactosemia disorder

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Answered 2020-06-21 23:24:54

how sever is each galt disorder? sever type1 classic, durate type2 virant galactosemia, type3 defencisce galactosemia, or type4 defensecie epimerase?

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2020-07-17 13:29:43
classic is the most worst/sever type of galactosemia
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2020-07-17 13:49:24
sever type1 class galactosemia| sever. durate/virant type2.| mild. type 4| modrat/severe. type 3|mild

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Answered 2020-06-25 17:09:49

classic galactosemia

duarte galactosemia

galactokinase deficiency

galactose epimerase deficiency

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2020-07-17 21:44:38
classic galactosemia or durate galactosemia, what's worse?

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Answered 2020-10-11 03:03:09

how r u born with: galactosemia?

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