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  1. I'm using the 20mg tablets. See picture below. She said do no take anything with a starch listed until it can be confirmed it came from potato or corn. If you can't confirm it don't take it. Meds should have an ndc code on it. She said to go to www.dailymed.nlm.nih.gov and type in that...
  2. My amazing pharmacist sat down with me yesterday and showed me how to look up my meds and ingredients to look for. Not only was the acid reducer not gluten free but neither was the Tylenol in my cabinet. However I take Tylenol infrequently. Turns out store brands like Walmart, target, and CVS are...
  3. Yes it is the same number cutoffs. 1-3 negative 4-10 weak positive 11+ positive
  4. I was diagnosed celiac over 5 years ago. I was using the Johnson & Johnson brand or melaleuca brand of pepcid. I spoke to melaleuca and they told me the product is not gluten free. And the Johnson & Johnson website says they don't test for gluten nor can guarantee it's not in there. So my...
  5. I haven't had a scope since 2017. I have one scheduled for next week now. I started taking pepcid ac since June at recommendation from my doctor. I'm wondering if that's the culprit. I've lost 10 pounds since June. After maintaining the same weight for a few years.
  6. After 5 years of eating gluten free and always have a negative result on my annual Ttg IGA blood test, always 1. I had my first positive result today. It was a 12. Does this mean I'm getting gluten in my diet and not realizing it? Can it mean anything else? In the past my reaction to gluten...