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Can you share the link that indicates the Dulcolax has gluten? I searched online and couldn't find it. I did see that the Australian site for Dulcolax says it's gluten free. But that doesn't mean the US version is. They may also have different definitions of gluten-free.

https://dulcolax.com.au/products/tablets/

 


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You can try looking at the inactive ingredients for the kind you have here. I only looked at the pink tablets which used corn starch and were gluten-free:

https://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/search.cfm?labeltype=all&query=Dulcolax 


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5 hours ago, plumbago said:

Can you share the link that indicates the Dulcolax has gluten? I searched online and couldn't find it. I did see that the Australian site for Dulcolax says it's gluten free. But that doesn't mean the US version is. They may also have different definitions of gluten-free.

https://dulcolax.com.au/products/tablets/

 

i got this info from Google... i am adversely affeced by artificial sweetener also so now have very few hours to research sucrose....very worried about this prep causing me painful issues!!..ty for responding!!

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6 minutes ago, debbie2426 said:

i got this info from Google... i am adversely affeced by artificial sweetener also so now have very few hours to research sucrose....very worried about this prep causing me painful issues!!..ty for responding!!

Sucrose is just sugar, the type you might put into your coffee or tea.  Is this a typo and there is another ingredient you’re worried about?

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