Modafinil Teva

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glutenfree seeker Says:


Is the generic Modafinil produced by Teva gluten-free? It contains pregelantized starch, but I can't find any information about the source of the starch.


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Verwon Says:

I also couldn't find any information that has more precise details.

However, you could call Teva Pharmaceuticals and ask, they have a customer service line you can reach at 800-545-8800.

Learn more Modafanil details here.

Can you post back if you get an answer?


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Roy Says:

I know this is an older question but I thought I'd post some more details in case anyone else is wondering. According to the NIH page, the inactive ingredients are:

- Croscarmellose Sodium
- Lactose
- Magnesium Stearate
- Microcrystalline Cellulose
- Corn Starch
- Povidones

This is for the version with NDC codes 63459-101 and 63459-201 since they are manufactured by Cephalon (which was acquired by TEVA).

So to answer the original question, I don't *THINK* they have gluten in them since corn starch is not wheat derived. But to be absolutely certain I would recommend checking with the manufacturer directly. Hope this helps!

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