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  1. It's always possible. Haven't had any reaction to these before, but know how things change. Stopped using those products and haven't had any problem since.
  2. We called Listerine and Sensodyne...both stated that their products are gluten-free when they make them but cannot guarantee that once they leave their facility, they remain gluten-free. I have to assume that the container has some form of gluten. Once I stopped using those products, the inflammation...
  3. Just found out recently that the brands Listerine and Sensodyne may not be gluten free. They are made gluten-free but cannot guarantee they are gluten-free after they leave their plant. Also, if you wear a mouth guard, check with your dentist to see if it's gluten-free. Mine wasn't. gluten-free...