Compounded Topical Medications

Compounded Suppositories

A suppository is a solid molded medication that is inserted rectally or vaginally. The medication is delivered once the suppository dissolves inside the body. It will then be absorbed locally and systemically. Types of suppositores include:

  • Rectal Suppositories
  • Vaginal Suppositories
  • Rectal Enemas
  • Vaginal Creams

Benefits to using a suppository are:

  • To bypass liver metabolism (first-pass metabolism).
  • To ease delivery for those who have trouble swallowing pills.
  • To bypass gastrointestinal degradation from stomach acid.
  • To bypass gastrointestinal sensitivity.
  • To bypass oral ingestion for those with vomiting tendency.

We have made over 3,500 Compounded Preparations. Here is a short list:

This is a list of commonly ordered compounded medications. If you have a specific medication that you would like to have compounded, please call us at (877) 444-1133.

  • Baclofen 4mg/ Diazepam 5mg Suppository
  • Baclofen 20 mg Suppository
  • Baclofen 20mg, Gabapentin 60mg Suppository
  • Baclofen 30 mg Suppository
  • Baclofen 30 mg, Gabapentin 60 mg Suppository
  • Cyclobenzaprine HCL 10mg, Diazepam 5mg, Lidocaine 62.5mg Suppository
  • Diazepam 2 mg Suppository
  • Diazepam 5 mg Suppository
  • Ketamine HCL 30 mg Suppository

Let McGuff Compounding Pharmacy Services, Inc. be your pharmacy of choice to make your compounded medication. A prescription from your practitioner is required to obtain a compounded suppository medication. Contact our pharmacy at 877-444-1133 with any inquires.

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