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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I'm thinking not.

Not only an I a celiac but I'm also lactose intolerant. It is ridiculous how sick I get when I have dairy. It feels as if I drank rotten milk or have food poisoning.

So, every time that I get my period, I get that feeling and I always take Midol with no help. If anything, it makes me even more sick to the point where I'm doubled over in pain. The Midol company said two things. The first time, they said that the factory may contain traces of wheat. The second time, they said that it was gluten-free but they couldn't confirm how it was processed.

Pamprin, also, is in the same boat. The only difference? They flat out tell you that there is gluten in their products.

You can go ahead and try it but I would even recommend trying.