Lactose Free Drugs

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Are there any lactose free cholesterol drugs

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Verwon Says:

It is very hard to say, since each company that makes them has their own formula of ingredients.

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nan Says:

calcium citrate lactose free

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Judy Says:

I am lactose/milk and povidone intolerant. My medications all contain 1 or more of these allergens, Atenolol, Levothyroxine, HCTZ. Taking these with antihistamine (also containing lactose) still triggers migraines daily, for which I take caffeine to counteract. Is there any way I can get allergen free medications. My doctor & pharmacy don't have a clue or don't care to find the answer. I am developing arthritis and dental pain from using these meds. Please help

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Jeri B Says:

I, too, am allergic to lactose (milk) and corn. I just researched and found Levothyroxin made by Sandoz that does not have these ingredients in it.

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Dan Says:

I would like to know if there is any cholesterol tablets that does not have lactose in it.

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AK59 Says:

Re: Dan (# 5)

Hi I'm lactose intolerance to and the one I can have is


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Lp Says:

Re: Judy (# 3)

Yes call a compounding pharmacy and they can make it up for you. Depends on what state u live in. I know there is a good in in Atlanta Georgia but they have to have a license to send it to your state. And I found out there are different type of compounding pharmacies also. It has something to do with the achines they use. One machine is more accurate than the other one.the machine in Atlanta compounding pharmacy was highly expensive hence the cost might be a lot more. That’s what I found out. They also said that the thyroid medication is a powder which is mixed with binders and fillers. I think u can tell them what you are allergic to and then they will customize it for you. Hope,this helps I had to do lots of research when the Naturthyroid 65 was not available and what I ended up getting was at Costco 32.5 x 2. And take 2 per day to equal the 65. However had I not found the. I. Would’ve had to get the compounded ones. They are the best if u can afford it

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