Lactose intolerance leads to bloating, cramps and loose stools. Milk protein allergy has much broader reactions such as skin, respiratory, gastrointestinal [constipation or loose stools, colic, etc] as well as symptoms similar to lactose intolerance. Go to milk allergy on wiki for more details.
It depends on how much ibuprofen and whether or not the child is allergic. As with many medical questions, "see a physician immediately" is the safest answer.
To accidentally do something is when something happens by mistake.
If you are really allergic then you should NOT eat them. Don't you understand what "allergic" means .
It's not good for them, they are lactose intolerant and it will give them diarrhea.
you get gas and a terrible stomach pain
That depends if you're lactose intolerant or not. If you are then you end up with undigested food in your gut, which may lead to nausea, diarrhea, or vomiting. If you're not intolerant, then you just get fat.
You have twins.
You kitten will then fall on the ground.
the awmsksas is poo
You lose your ability to grip
It will lick you back.
Touch it and see what happens! You will probably not be allergic to snow or ice though as it is just frozen water!
Even if it's a domestic cat, get tetanus injection for future safety since you are allergic.
You could die.
you could vomit for hours
Well then why did you drink it in the first place if you know you're allergic to it. People that know they are allergic to something would go to great lengths to avoid it.
Roman Catholic AnswerIf you accidentally receive Holy Communion before your First Holy Communion, then you better accidentally talk to a priest ASAP and accidentally receive First Confession.
There's many different material condoms so you may be allergic to latex and not polyuerthane or vice versa. If you notice an allergic reaction go to you doctor ASAP.
you could die
u could die
Nothing. May sneeze.
Yes. Lactose intolerance is a phenomena of the digestive system. Just because you have milk in the mammeries has no bearing on what happens to milk in the intestines. The same argument goes for lactose intolerant (human) mothers.