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Member Since 28 Oct 2011
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Gabapentin 100 Mg Mfg By Actavis

12 November 2012 - 04:40 PM

This is the generic for Neurontin, and I have just been prescribed it for FM. Wondering if it is gluten-free, on the Alpha Drug List it is listed, but it does not reference this manufacturer.

Any help will be greatly appreciated, thanks :)


Cyclobenzaprine From Aurobindo Pharm

23 July 2012 - 11:36 AM

My Pharmacy just changed suppliers on one of my meds. The new suplier is Aurobindo Pharm. and I am wondering if anyone here has taken it, without any issues.

I have been trying to reach them for about an hour, been transfered 3 times and they end up transfering me somewhere else. :angry: No one seems to be able to give me a response, so I am weary to take it.

It is the generic for Flexeril. The pill itself looks completely different a lot bigger,orange color, triangular on the right, and straight on the left, with a letter "D" and a number 87 on one side. It is the 5 mg.

-Miriam :blink:

Cetyl Alcohol

01 June 2012 - 05:01 PM

Is Cetyl Alcohol gluten-free? I have been searching the web and have gotten conflicting information. :blink:


Aleias's Almond Horns

31 May 2012 - 09:32 AM


I picked up a package of the Almond Horns, after reading the ingredients, which are almond paste, organic cane sugar, almonds and egg white. And after seeing the Celeic Spruce Association symbol, I was sure they were safe.

Well, had one, and the acid indegestion, and bloatedness started, also the muscle soreness, and the pain on my right side. I called them yesterday, and it turns out that they also make cookies with gluten-free Oats. The gentelman I talked to, identefied himself as "the husband", and pretty much told me that I should stay away from the horns, as they do not clean the lines or equipment used between production of the cookies and the horns. He also stated that his wife, whom I am assuming is Aleia, had problem with gluten-free Oats at first just because she had not had it for so long, but that she eventually got used to it.

Any one else out here sensitive to gluten-free Oats?


Dentist Visit

01 May 2012 - 07:56 AM

Hi everyone,

I just cracked a tooth and have to go in to have it fixed, what should I watch out for at the Dentist, and are there any recommendations that I can make to her so that I do not get glutened?

Last time I went in for my cleaning, I got glutened and I think it might have been from the hygenist's gloves, that is the only thing that I was not sure about, maybe they were the powdered kind??? I always bring my own floss, and make sure she does not use any flavored polish, and also I only rinse with water no mouthwash.

This time however, it is probably going to involve numbing and cememnt and all that good stuff Dentists use to fix teeth.......HELP!!! :unsure:


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