Carolina Compounding Pharmacy & Health Center
Got an underactive thyroid gland? We may be able to help you.
Most times patients get better/improve by using a prescribed commercially available medicine. This is the norm, and it is great. At times, someone’s prescription needs are different than others. If you need a medication specifically compounded for you due to dosing, combination with or without other “things”, allergies, or a particular situation, we may be able to help you. We are happy to collaborate with you and your doctor to see if compounding is right for you. This includes thyroid gland hormones (T-3 and T-4).
The reality is that compounding a thyroid hormone medication is difficult and tricky. It requires a high level of knowledge, expertise, and top-notch technology. There are many different factors that can play a role. When we talk thyroid hormones, we talk about microgram levels! That is if you take a gram of something and divide it 1,000,000 times! You cannot see that by the naked eye. This is extremely delicate and tricky.
Compounding these delicate prescriptions is not what every pharmacist does, and frankly, not every pharmacist should. We have dedicated years and a great deal of resources to gain valuable knowledge, skill, and experience in this. Our commitment, knowledge, and dedication are evidenced by the issuance of a US Patent (US 10,695,309 B2) on how to compound long acting liothyronine (T-3).
We are here to help. Call us to see how we can help you.
“Of all the sly, subtle problems that can affect physical or mental health, none is more common than thyroid gland disturbance. And none is more readily and inexpensively corrected. Yet none is more often untreated and even unsuspected…
One of the most common symptoms is fatigue. It can vary from relatively mild to severe. It may come on so slowly that a victim, feeling no sudden or precipitous decline in energy level, may come to accept fatigability as–for him–a virtually normal state.
I have seen many children who suffered from repeated colds followed by complications such as tonsillitis, sinusitis, ear and mastoid infections, who needed repeated antibiotic treatment and went right on getting new infections until their hypothyroidism was treated.”
Dr. Broda Barnes, Hypothyroidism: The Unsuspected Illness
Dr. Hamid Bakhteyar most recent original research on compounding medications for thyroid insufficiency has been published in IJPC Sep/Oct 2017 – Volume 21, Number 5
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