Acology  Prescription  Compounding

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Here are some examples of the kinds of compounds that Acology Prescription Compounding makes.

OB/GYN Compounds:

Chronic Yeast Infections

Estriol Vaginal Cream- lowers pH, increases secretions, increases tone and strength of vaginal lining

Boric Acid 600 (or any strength) vaginal suppositories

Acidophilus Vaginal Applicators

PMS Cyclical Headaches

Progesterone 200mg lozenges

Postpartum Depression

Progesterone cream or capsules

Hormone replacement therapy: Bio-Identical (human-identical)



Pain Management:           


Indomethacin Suppositories.  Used to be make by a major pharmaceutical manufacturer but discontinued for unpublished reasons.  We can make them for patients that can benefit from the strong non-narcotic pain relieving effects of indomethacin but that cannot tolerate oral dosing due to stomach consequences. 

Neuorpathic Pain

Combinations of: Ketamine, Ketoprofen, Gabapentin, Clonidine etc for topical application.

Muscle/Joint Pain

Topical nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) have been available in Europe* for years. However, here in America various forms of aspirin are the only topical NSAIDS available. In America, only a compounding pharmacy can provide truly useful topical NSAIDs.

Therapeutic NSAID concentrations can be achieved in tissues subjacent to site of application while maintaining low serum levels. This results in fewer GI effects, less incidence of drug-drug interactions, less sedation, and less affect on bleeding time.

We have prepared the following NSAIDs in topical form:

Diclofenac, ibuprofen, ketoprofen, naproxen, and indomethacin so far. Our most popular formulation is a combination of ketoprofen 10% + cyclobenzaprine 1% + lidocaine 5% in an absorption enhancing gel.

Nocturnal Leg Spasms (including tight muscle cramps)

Ketamine plus Cyclobenzaprine (plus Lorazepam in severe cases)


Combination of Ketoprofen, Gabapentin, Lidocaine and Deoxy-D-Glucose

Nausea Control:

Promethazine Transdermal topical gel or Suppository

Diphenhydramine (or Promethazine) plus Metoclopramide plus Dexamethasone -transdermal gel or transmucosal lozenge or rectal suppository

Metoclopramide Nasal Spray

Droperidol Transdermal topical gel

Chronic Hiccups:

Lidocaine by nebulization


Anal Fissures

Nifedipine with or without Hydrocortisone ointment

Diltiazem plus Bethanechol cream

Ostomy Wound Care

Cholestyramine ointment


Rectal Rockets made with Hydrocotisone, Lidocaine and Zinc Oxide


Soreness in mouth/throat

Tetracaine or Lidocaine Lollipops

Oxytracycline for packing dental procedures

Thyroid Hormone Replacement Therapy

Triiodothyronine Slow Release Capsules (T-3)

Triiodothyronine plus Levothyroxin Slow Release Capsules (T-3/T-4)

Note: Slow Release Capsules are usually chosen for T-3 therapy to minumize nervousness and palpitations.

Erectile Dysfunction:

Sildenafil Lozenges made from Viagra. Faster acting with lower dosage requirement.


* Notes:

The following NSAIDs are available in topical form in Europe:

Benzydamine, bufexamac, diclofenac, etofenamate, felbinac, flurbiprofen, ibuprofen, indomethacin, ketoprofen, naproxen, niflumic acid, oxyphenbutazone, piroxicam, suprofen and tolmetin.