Re: How do I take my medications
I was on 12 medications at the time I had my Nissen Fundoplication a couple years ago. I go to a Good Neighbor pharmacy who has a pharmacist trained in compounding. He was able to turn 8 of my medications into liquid medications. The other prescriptions I had were inhalers or chewables that dissolved. I have to give the pharmacy at least 24 hours notice, but they have been great about helping.
You might be able to ask your pharmacist or call around your area to see if there is a compounding pharmacist available.
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