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  1. Hi! I've just been prescribed sertraline and can't find if there are any safe versions out there. The pharmacy gave me a generic by aurobindo with sodium starch glycolate (no source specified). And the brand name (Pfizer) also has that ingredient, no source specified. I'm trying to contact both...
  2. Daily Med is a website where you can look up any drug and find the inactive ingredients listed. But if they say any form of "starch" and don't specify the source, it could be wheat (not safe!) or corn/potato (fine). The only way to find that one out is to call the manufacturer and hope they can give...
  3. I've been taking fluoxetine for the past couple of years - I got very lucky that for me, it overall reduced the stomach issues that I was still dealing with due to celiac (now I only get diarrhea sometimes instead of constantly, ha). I also dealt with the sexual side effects, which were really upsetting...
  4. Thanks karen g! I actually did some more searching and found a few places that look like they might be hopeful (and someone really nice in the Topeka celiac association chapter wrote me back with some advice!). There are a few places that show up in Manhattan, Kansas, including one called Tall...
  5. Thanks! the first time i clicked it seemed like nothing happened, and then I couldn't figure out how to delete the second one : )
  6. Hi all! I'm planning a road trip with my best friend from Durham, NC to Denver, CO this June. I'm plotting out our itinerary now, so of course I'm searching up places to eat along the way! We're going to need to drive across Kansas (probably sticking to I70), and since it's at minimum...
  7. Oh wow, so glad this topic popped up - and interested that I'm not the only one! I always had horrible periods (a bit irregular but crazy PMS involving mostly gastro symptoms - I generally had to avoid eating the whole first day of a period, or spend the day puking, not fun). So I went on a low dose...
  8. My first real experience with a dr (aside from check-ups) was when I broke a finger as a 7 year old and my pediatrician told us it couldn't possibly be broken because I didn't seem to really be in pain, and x-rays "weren't worth it." so I walked around with a broken finger for 6 weeks until we finally...