Is Spironolactone By Amneal Gluten Free?

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celia Says:

I have celiac and started taking spironolactone by amneal pharma, but i am not feeling well on it. Can you tell me if it is gluten free?

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Jill Says:

Spironolactone by Amneal (50mg) totally "glutened" me. Amneal told me that it does not contain gluten - but I'm guessing there is some cross contamination or an ingredient from another supplier that has hidden gluten. I went off it and felt better. I tried it again this last week and had the same bad effects identical to when I eat gluten...I am going to ask my Dr. to prescribe another manufacturer and see if I have better luck.

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Fiiona Says:
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What brand /manufacturer of spirinolaxtone 100mg tablets is completely gluten free?

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David Says:

From what I could gather, the inactive ingredients tend to vary from tablet to tablet (and are always subject to change), so it may take a widespread investigation to determine which pills contain what... However I did come across a list of inactive ingredients present in 50mg and 100mg Spironolactone by amneal pharmaceuticals that I posted below...

50mg tablets contain:
Calcium sulfate
Corn starch
Croscarmellose sodium
Microcrystalline cellulose
Magnesium stearate
Polyvinyl alcohol
Titanium dioxide
Polyethylene glycol 3000
D & C yellow no. 10
FD & C yellow no. 6

You can also click on the following National Drug Code link for an image of the 50mg pill in question: 65162-514

100mg tablets contain:
Calcium sulfate
Corn starch
Croscarmellose sodium
Microcrystalline cellulose
Magnesium stearate
Polyvinyl alcohol
Titanium dioxide
Polyethylene glycol 3350
Ferrosoferric oxide
Ferric oxide red
Ferric oxide yellow

And here is the National Drug Code link to an image of the 100mg pill in question: 65162-515

I hope this helps!

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