I have been on percocet and Oxycontin for years and have not had any problem with gluten ...I have always had the generic percocet and both name and generic oxi ...I checked with the pharmacist and the said it was gluten free but there is no way to guarantee CC ..I think you should call the Pharmaceutical company and file a complaint with the manager about the lack of compassion their customer service reps showed you ..That is just not acceptable ...I wish you the best and you will be fine ...How could you not be with your whole celiac family praying for you ?
Now that is a good man you have there ! I have to admit my wife is trying ...We are eating gluten free as a family at meals ...They still eat gluten stuff but in support of me we have started having a gluten free dinner ! It really does put some normalcy in your life when you can sit down to dinner and not feel left out as you are not eating the same stuff that everyone else is ! And it sure means a lot to me that she is willing to do this for me ... I
You know I read this and I was thinking about it from a male perspective of how you should explain to him how serious it is when he cross contaminates your food ...Tell him it would be the equivalent if he had a prostate condition and you kicked him where it counts ....Sometimes us guys need things put to them in a way that "Hits Home" to get thru our thick skulls ...And the lady's are correct ....The blatant disrespect he is showing towards your well being is Toxic and no man is worth your health ...I hope it all works out for the best for you ....Take care of your self ....
I am new to the boards and I am just getting started with being gluten free.I was diagnosed in Nov of 2009 while going thru the steps to have gastric bypass surgery done.I gave myself 18 months after that to adjust to the surgery and the diet that came with and now it is time to adapt my life to being gluten free! I would like to know what are the TOP 10 items that you have at the core of your gluten free diet. I dont mean what are you favorite things to eat but rather what are your staples that form the foundation of your Gluten free diet. So what are the things that you put on your shopping list consistently and then you fill in the rest of your diet with things that you like on occasion , like sides to a meal. So for example ...When you have the munchies what do you reach for ? I think you get my drift ....It doesn't have to be 10 items ...Just an idea of what the core of your diet is .I think the hardest part about going gluten free is just getting started with the basics. Thank you in advance for your input !