If you’re struggling with celiac constipation then you may be considering taking gluten-free laxatives.
Warning: Please always consult your healthcare provider before taking any medication. Long-term reliance on certain types of laxatives can cause dependency.
Target Up&Up Options have a history of marking medications like their stool softeners as gluten-free.
Up & Up Products
Walgreens off brand products have a few marked gluten-free laxatives and stool products.
Colace Clear Stool Softeners Soft Gels – all inactive ingredients are considered gluten-free.
Colace Regular Strength Stool Softener – all inactive ingredients are considered gluten-free.
Colace Regular Strengh
This does contain Pregelatinized Starch which could contain gluten, but when calling Colace, they reassured me the product was gluten-free.
Colace 2-In-1 Stool Softner
Senokot Extra Strength – all inactive ingredients are considered gluten-free.
Senokot Extra Strength
all inactive ingredients are considered gluten-free. It does contain maltodextrin, regardless of starting material, maltodextrin is considered gluten-free
Senokot Regular Strength
Senokot Dietary Supplement Laxative Tea – Marked gluten-free on the website.
Senokot Dietary Supplement Laxative Tea
Miralax products – according to their FAQ on their website, Miralax considers their products to be gluten-free.
Check out my blog post on Celiac Disease and Constipation to learn more about causes and ways to find relief.
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Always check safety for yourself and talk to a doctor before starting new medications or supplements.
And remember to ALWAYS check product suitability for yourself.