Are Klor-con Tablets Gluten Free?

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Rx: Klor-Con M20 tablets UPS
Extended release tablet-oral. This is a white,oblong shaped tablet imprinted with KC M20 on the front. Is the tablet gluten free?



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Judy Says:

is Klor-Con 20 meq tablets gluten free?


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Verwon Says:

The manufacturer, Upsher-Smith does not list them as containing any gluten ingredients, according to the listings I've found in the NIH and FDA databases. They do, however, warn that you should not break, crush, or chew the tablet, it should be swallowed whole, with a meal, or small snack.

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