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You can buy pills or drops at a drug or grocery store to help you digest lactose. 

They are:-

  • Pills that you chew right before eating foods with lactose. These pills are called lactase enzyme caplets.


  • A liquid that you add to milk before drinking. The liquid is called by the name of lactase enzyme drops.


  • You can also drink a special milk with less lactose in it. You can buy this milk at the grocery store. It is called lactose-reduced milk.


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