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Pediatrics


Your child and their medication don’t always make for a good combination, but with our pediatric compounding at WELLHealth Rx we can turn “yuck” into “yum.” Flavoring bitter antibiotics are just one way we can help. Or how about turning that antibiotic into small suppositories!

Since each child’s size, weight, allergies, and drug tolerance are different, WELLHealth Rx can work with you and your child’s pediatrician to make sure that the medication prescribed is taken as directed with no muss and no fuss.

Some of the other medication forms we can provide for your child include:

  • Pacifier bottle with medication syringe inserts
  • Flavored Liquids
  • Flavored Medicated Lollipops
  • Flavored Ice Popsicles
  • Topical and Transdermal creams
  • Suppositories
  • Flavored Sublingual troches
  • Flavored Capsules
  • Effervescent Powder Packets
  • Rapidly Dissolving Tablets

Some of the flavoring options we have are:

  • Apple
  • Banana
  • Bubble Gum
  • Chocolate
  • Grape
  • Grape Bubble Gum
  • Lemon
  • Orange
  • Raspberry
  • Sour Apple
  • Strawberry
  • Watermelon
  • Marshmallow
  • Peanut Butter
Disclaimer –
No compounded medication is reviewed by the FDA for safety/efficacy. WELLHealth Rx is a licensed compounding pharmacy that only engages in compounding in
response to a physician's prescription. A written prescription from a licensed physician is required for compounded medication. The information on the site is general in nature and is only intended for use as an educational tool. You should consult your physician or a WELLHealth Rx pharmacist if you have any specific questions relating to the diagnosis and treatment of any health problems. Information and statements about products and health conditions have not been evaluated by the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA), nor has the FDA approved the products to diagnose, cure or prevent disease. Office use/hospital use of compounded medications are not to be billed to Medicaid or Medicare. Such billings may be in violation of federal law.