Compounding for Gastrointestinal (GI) Conditions
Ask your doctor about compounded alternatives when addressing GI issues.
Common GI conditions
- Anal Fissures
- Crohn’s Disease
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Other Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
- Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)
Compounds for GI conditions
- Butyrate Enema
- Sodium Butyrate Suppositories
- Nifedipine Ointment
- Nitroglycerin Ointment
- Diltiazem 2% Ointment
- Mesalamine Suppositories
- Omeprazole Solution
- Erythromycin Capsules
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Pediatrics: Compounding for children with gastrointestinal issues
It can be difficult for parents to see their children and infants suffering from gastrointestinal issues. Even more heart-breaking is the inability for a child to get better because the prescribed medication is in a form that is difficult for them to consume.
Compounding for compliance
Many children refuse medication because of its texture or color, or simply because they know it is medicine. Nonetheless, refusing the medication can be detrimental to therapy and an alternative is necessary.
Our pharmacists can take those concerns, work with them, and create a version of the medication that your child can tolerate. We can also change the form of medications as needed.
For example, we can turn a medication that is typically in a capsule or pill into an oral liquid, gummy, topical gel etc.
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Optimize your patients’ experiences with addressing GI conditions, procedures and recovery by providing medications that cater to their comfort and specific needs.