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I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease and am trying to find out if my daily medications are gluten free. I take propranolol, Synthroid, (thyroxine) and Lactulose.?

Pharmacist. Your pharmacist would be an excellent source for this information. Good luck!! Read more...
Most likely. I am not aware of any drugs with gluten added intentionally. If anything , corn starch is more likely to be used. You can always contact the manufacturers if concerned but I think the likelihood of gluten in drugs is extremely low. Read more...

How do patients with celiac disease describe their reaction to gluten as it pertains to muscles?

Numerous symptoms. I have witnessed muscle spams, cramps, weakness and achiness as a result gluten in their diets. Even just a little amount can set off an attack. Read more...
Celiac Disease. Patients with celiac disease can have nutrient deficiencies, including iron, folate, (folic acid) or calcium. Can present with anemia, osteopenia/osteoporosis, weight loss, diarrhea chronically, excessive flatus, and abdominal pain. Increased risk of lymphoma. Read more...

Are any of the vegetable cooking oils a problem for celiac disease (gluten-sensitive) people?

No. There is no gluten in cooking oil. Gluten (from latin gluten, "glue") is a protein composite found in foods processed from wheat and related grain species, including barley and rye. Read more...
Depends... Pure vegetable oils are ok. But look out for the term hydrogenated oil on the label. Hydrogenated oils mean that they are mixed with something, usually soy or gluten based. If you see that on a food that is labeled gluten free, it must be mixed with soy. If the food is not labeled gluten free, it is best to check with the company. Read more...