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Monthly Archives: April 2016

CONTRAVE IDIOCY

Yolanda called to ask if we could compound a version of a new prescription drug on the market called CONTRAVE. CONTRAVE is a combination of Naltrexone and Bupropion that “may help some obese or overweight adults, who also have weight related medical problems, lose weight and keep the weight off” (directly from CONTRAVE marketing material). […] The post CONTRAVE IDIOCY appeared first on The Compounder. Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn

CONTRAVE IDIOCY

Yolanda called to ask if we could compound a version of a new prescription drug on the market called CONTRAVE. CONTRAVE is a combination of Naltrexone and Bupropion that “may help some obese or overweight adults, who also have weight related medical problems, lose weight and keep the weight off” (directly from CONTRAVE marketing material). It costs approximately $225 for 120 doses. There is a graduated dosing schedule that begins at 1 tablet daily, increasing Continue Reading

Creams, Slow Release Caps, & Sublinguals, OH MY!

Ask Larry: Your Question: I currently get the hormone pellets, after using creams for 15 years. I’m uneasy about the pellets, and they only last for not quite 3 months on me. I am interested in the oral sustained release capsules and the sublingual. Can you tell me how they compare to the cream and […] The post Creams, Slow Release Caps, & Sublinguals, OH MY! appeared first on The Compounder. Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Continue Reading

Creams, Slow Release Caps, & Sublinguals, OH MY!

Ask Larry: Your Question: I currently get the hormone pellets, after using creams for 15 years. I’m uneasy about the pellets, and they only last for not quite 3 months on me. I am interested in the oral sustained release capsules and the sublingual. Can you tell me how they compare to the cream and pellets? And how do the costs compare to the cream? Larry’s Response: In general, the hormones in our bodies are Continue Reading