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Help :p Does Anyone Else React To Cellulose In Meds Like Tylenol ?

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Hello

I am Celiac and have been on a gluten free diet for about 5 months ..discovering new cross reactive foods along the way like potatoes and eggs :P   I also cannot tolerate the protein in dairy.

Last night I took Tylenol Sinus which I have not taken since before my diagnosis and WHAM!!  was hit by all my symptoms.   I get extremely nauseous.   It takes about 3 days for me to recover.

 

I looked up the non-active ingredients and found that Cellulose can be derived from wheat, rice, corn or potatoes ..so am wondering if anyone else has had this problem ?

 

Thanks so much for reading and look forward to hearing from anyone that might have some insight :)

 

Julie :)

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cellulose can be  a problem for  many.Thyroid  people  seem to  have  issues  a lot   with  it....I  personally  don't  think it  has  anything  to do  with  celiac  or  gluten...Plus once  you  start  checking  it out  , it  is  hundreds  of  things....

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hi i am new to this site  but yeah i am allergic to tylenol for sure i can't touch it or any forms of tylenol i thought i was the only one but no matter what the doctors still say oooh take tylenol and i usually brush it off cuz i can't ibprofin is the only way i can go but i do not know  what makes me allergic to it...

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I do not have celiac, but i cant tolerate cellulose in anything. I used to find one tylenol that didnt have it, but now it does. I thought it was from woodpulp, but i never heardit was from potatoes, too. I have salicylate and tartrazine asthma, so no potatoes. Mostly, the cellulose makes me horribly nauseated. I cant take anything else for pain, so have no clue at this point. Even theliquids have cellulose.

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