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Evoxac And Domperidone

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Hi! This is my first post here, so please bear with me. I have checked all my meds against the lists provided on this site and in a book I have, but there are still two that I can't find listed. The first is Evoxac, which is for Sjogren's syndrome. The second is Domperidone, which I take for gastroparesis (also caused by Sjogren's). Does anyone know if these contain gluten, or where I can find out?



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Try running a search on the web to locate the manufacturer of your drugs. By doing that you can probably find an e-mail address or a phone # to call to find out if they are gluten free. Shirley


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I always call my friendly neighborhood pharmacist, if he doesn't know

or doesn't have updated info, then he will give me their phone number.

Needless to say we are on a first name basis!


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