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    I don't believe that it would contain any gluten in an IV form, but possibly in a pill form. I know that magnesium citrate causes me IBS-like symptoms, so I wonder if calcium citrate could do the same?
    Hi there I am a regular platelet donor. During the process calcium citrate is used. Lately I have been having bad stomach and bowel problems after donating. I am very gluten sensitive (my sister is celiac). Could the calcium citrate be something gluten free people should steer clear of? 
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