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I have been taking Tylenol Allergy and Sinus NIGHTIME for a while. I have looked on every site to try to locate it to see if it is gluten free. I keep getting the tylenol allerygy and sinus as being gluten free, but I am not sure if this is suppose to include the night time as well. Lets hope so!! Any info will be appreciated.

Richard

NC

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Richard,

I just received a letter from Mc Neil, makers of Tylenol. I was asking about Tylenol

PM. They assured me that it is gluten-free, in fact they sent me a whole list of gluten-free products

and several coupons for their products. I would put it on the message board but

I don't have the computer skills to do it. It has to say extra strength Tylenol

PM Gelcaps.

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Richard,

I'm sorry that I didn't answer your question about Tylenol Allergy and Sinus

Nightime it isn't on the list for gluten free products. The letter did say that

the source of starch used is from corn, however, other inactive ingredients

may be derived from a source other than corn...

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Thanks for the info...i have had some mild lingering celiac symptoms, and the tylenol was the only thing I could put my finger on. So, i am definitely changing it up, especially until I find more info.

Richard

NC

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