Compounding pharmacy?: Can a pharmacy... - Allergic to Glycols

Allergic to Glycols

Compounding pharmacy?

Can a pharmacy compound common OTC medicines like Tylenol, Zyrtec, Benedryl, etc. with OUT PG or PEG? Has anyone had this done? Would love to hear your experiences - thanks.

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I've had omeprazole and thyroxine made by a compounding pharmacist as well as compounds to pack a tooth after a root canal treatment. I have found a brand of paracetamol and mefenamic acid and antihistamine without PEG or PG but I think they can make most things at a price. Good luck!

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I've had Benadryl made before without PEG

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Do you need a prescription from a doctor to have a pharmacist compound an over-the-counter product?

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yes you do

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I've had acetaminophen made without the glycols and hydrocortisone ointment without a wetting agent.

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