We offer compounded medication to help your kids take their medicine.
Children can present several challenges when it comes to taking their medications. Some children may resist taking a liquid medicine due to its taste, others may have difficulty swallowing pills. Also, many children have a fear of injections, leads to different problems altogether.
Also, many medications aren’t labeled for children. If a medicine isn’t approved for use in infants and children, it typically isn’t available in suitable pediatric dosage forms.
A Custom Solution for Children’s Oral Medication
Reliant Pharmacy can help your child’s medicine go down with less resistance, by compounding oral medications into many pleasantly flavored forms, including:
- Rapid Dissolve Tablets
- “Gummy Shapes”
These are available in a rainbow of colors and flavors that make it more fun for your child to take the medication.
Reliant Pharmacy Offers Alternatives to Oral Medication
With a healthcare provider’s prescription, we also may be able to compound some children’s drugs into transdermal gels. These gels are applied to an appropriate site, like a child’s wrist, where they are absorbed through the skin to quickly enter the bloodstream.
Of Course, Medicine Only Helps When Your Child Actually Takes It!
Our alternative compounded formulations may offer you and your child real advantages over typical formulations:
- Compliance: Your child is more likely to take his or her medicine.
- Less Waste: Less resistance means fewer spills, and less lost medicine.
- Improved Outcomes: It’s not a mystery, when kids take their medicine, it helps them get better!
Reliant Pharmacy custom compounding pharmacy can offer solutions for a variety of childhood conditions, including:
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Diaper Rash
- Fungal Infections
- Head Lice
- Molluscum Contagiosum
- Nausea & Vomiting
- Topical Anesthesia
Contact Reliant Pharmacy today to ask about a pharmaceutical solution custom suited for your child! You can also learn more about our Custom Pharmaceutical Compounding page.