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#1 CarolinaKip

 
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Posted 07 August 2010 - 09:05 AM

I've googled bboth this morning with different answers. I had to take advil for a medical biopsy yesterday. While waiting in office a full blown gluten attack starts! This morning I took some tylenol for the mild headache. I ate the same thing for lunch both days. So any ideas? Are the meds gluten-free? I know glutenfreedrugs has them both as gluten-free, so if that is true. I introduced avocado yesterday and today. I'm starting to have another reaction, sharp pains in my sides and foggy brain. Help! I've been so carefull in my kitchen, so I don't think it was from there.
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Posted 07 August 2010 - 12:42 PM

I know some tylenol is gluten-free and others not - like slow release or whatever it is called - I guess probalby not slow relese maybe rapid release - is NOT gluten-free, but "extra strength caplets" are. Avocado is really fatty and can cause fatty-related pooping issues, at least for me. Anyway, good luck in figuring it out. Sorry that happened to you!
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Posted 08 August 2010 - 09:03 AM

I know some tylenol is gluten-free and others not - like slow release or whatever it is called - I guess probalby not slow relese maybe rapid release - is NOT gluten-free, but "extra strength caplets" are. Avocado is really fatty and can cause fatty-related pooping issues, at least for me. Anyway, good luck in figuring it out. Sorry that happened to you!


Thanks for yor reply. I'm still trying to figure it out. I think I'm sensitve to brown rice as well. It seems I take one step ahead with going gluten-free and two steps back.
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Blood work positive 4/10
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Posted 09 August 2010 - 04:38 AM

Advil is okay and Tylenol Extra strength and Bufferin Extra Strength (500 mg) are also okay. I'm highly sensitive and have used these all on occasion through the years.

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 11:09 AM

Advil is okay and Tylenol Extra strength and Bufferin Extra Strength (500 mg) are also okay. I'm highly sensitive and have used these all on occasion through the years.

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Actually, not ALL Advil products are gluten-free...

I am allergic to gluten. Is it all right for me to take this product?

AdvilŪ Liqui-GelsŪ, AdvilŪ Migraine and AdvilŪ PM Liqui-GelsŪ all contain a wheat derivative, and are not gluten-free. You should check with your doctor if you have any concerns about taking this product.


Taken on March 8, 2012 from the Advil website: http://www.advil.com/faqs
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Posted 08 March 2012 - 11:37 AM

please check out the current thread on Advil and generic versions we have been discussing this week.

http://www.celiac.co...348#entry779348
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