which of the hydrocodone/acetaminophen products does NOT contain magnesium stearate as an inactive ingredient?
24 Dec 2011
This is an unofficial answer to your question and does not represent this site, or anyone in it. That said (must protect everyone, including myself) there is a website called pillbox.com that is in beta testing by NIH (google pillbox and look for the one from NIH). This might be able to help you. Type in the name, strength, etc of the medication and yiu'll be able to see all the manufacturers, along with the inactive ingredients. I am allergic to a substance often found in inactive ingredients and know what a headache it can be. I'm not sure how NIH plants to keep their site current - for me, I use it as a source to weed out the manufacturers who do have the ingredient. For thr ones that do not list my allergen, I then google the manufacturers info and call them just to verify further. Best of luck to you - ElizaJane
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