Erection problems happen because of one or multiple issues that include psychological problems, physical problems, medical reactions, etc. Erection problems may include erectile dysfunction or inability to have an erection, loss of libido, issues with foreskin or even due to some kind of infection. All of these affect fertility.
HOW IS CONGENITAL GLUCOSE-GALACTOSE MALABSORPTION DIAGNOSED?
The paediatrician does the diagnosis of this disorder. The diagnosis is usually made upon review of the presenting signs of watery diarrhea. A simple test, known as the ""glucose breath hydrogen test"" is often used to confirm the physical diagnosis.
HOW IS CONGENITAL GLUCOSE-GALACTOSE MALABSORPTION TREATED?
Treatment of glucose-galactose malabsorption requires the elimination of all milk and milk products from the diet since milk products contain lactose and lactose are broken down to glucose and galactose. Fructose, a sugar absorbed differently from either glucose or galactose, may be substituted as a source of carbohydrate calories. Most clinicians who treat this disorder recommend the elimination of all lactose, sucrose, and glucose from the diet. These sugars may be replaced by fructose-based nutrients.
DID YOU KNOW?
A carbohydrate free formula can help babies suffering from this condition.