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Compounding Pharmacy


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Motar and Pestal

There is a difference between a pharmacist and a compounding pharmacist. Whether your insurance covers a compounding pharmacist is another matter you will need to investigate. A prescription from a medical doctor is usually required for the compounding pharmacy to make the prescription. The base ointment can be any type the pharmacist has available or prescribed by the physician. This is like the old fashioned pharmacist who has a motar and pestal. Some rosaceans have learned using a compounding pharmacist for prescription treatments help. To learn more requires you join the RRDi to view our investigative report on this subject


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