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ShannonA

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Does anyone know of generic fioricet with caffeine (butalbital) and generic elevil (amitriptyline) are gluten free?

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Call the maker to find out. If you have the scripts filled already their name should be on the bottle. If not call the drug store and ask. If the scripts are not filled yet ask when going to fill them what company makes them before picking them up. Most companies you can get their phone number by putting their name and the words contact info in a search engine. I find it quicker to call rather than emailing.

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I second raven. Whenever I get a new scrip I call the pharmacy to find out what company manufactures their generic. I then call that company to find out if it is gluten free. I do have 2 back-up pharmacies for when my preferred pharmacy can't fill for me. Don't bother asking pharmacists to provide you with any information, they simply do not have that information to provide. The few times I've been asked why I need to know who the manufacturer is they've looked at a box or bottle and said "oh it doesn't look like there's gluten in it" or "wheat isn't on the label" and I've had to work very hard to suppress the urge to climb across the counter and strangle them.

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