Symptoms of Sucrose Intolerance

How to Distinguish Sucrose Intolerance from Other Gastrointestinal Disorders

What Are Symptoms of CSID?

One of the biggest problems you and your physician face is determining exactly what’s wrong with your child since the symptoms for Sucrose Intolerance caused by Congenital Sucrase-Isomaltase Deficiency (CSID) are so similar to the symptoms of a number of other gastrointestinal diseases.

Signs and Symptoms

Are Sugar Intolerance Symptoms the Same in Children, Teens, and Adults?

While the symptoms of Sucrose Intolerance caused by Congenital Sucrase-Isomaltase Deficiency (CSID) are similar throughout the different stages of life, they have variations during each of those stages.

But no matter the age, the key to controlling Sucrose Intolerance is getting the correct diagnosis and treatment.

Children vs Adult CSID
CSID affects age groups differently
CSID affects age groups differently

When Toddler’s Diarrhea Won’t Quit, It May Be Time to Consider CSID

What parent hasn’t experienced the messy task of changing a stinky, poopy diaper every now and then? But what happens when “now and then” becomes several times a day?

When you talk to your pediatrician, most likely you’ll hear the words “colic,” “stomach virus,” or “toddler’s diarrhea.” But could your child have Sucrose Intolerance caused by Congenital Sucrase-Isomaltase Deficiency (CSID) instead? It’s time to make an appointment and chat with the doctor about that possibility.

toddler's diarrhea may be due to sucrose intolerance

When Toddler’s Diarrhea Won’t Quit, It May Be Time to Consider CSID

What parent hasn’t experienced the messy task of changing a stinky, poopy diaper every now and then? But what happens when “now and then” becomes several times a day?

When you talk to your pediatrician, most likely you’ll hear the words “colic,” “stomach virus,” or “toddler’s diarrhea.” But could your child have Sucrose Intolerance caused by Congenital Sucrase-Isomaltase Deficiency (CSID) instead? It’s time to make an appointment and chat with the doctor about that possibility.

Toddler's Diarrhea

Sucrose Intolerance may be more common than you think.