Unavailable Medications

  • Current Shortages


    The list below is updated monthly based on information on the FDA Drug Shortages webpage. A more extensive list that is updated in an ongoing manner can be found here.

    Medications may be commercially unavailable for a variety of reasons, the most common being:

    • back-ordered due to a manufacturing problem
    • discontinued due to decreased usage or declining manufacturer profits, which may be related to the introduction of a newer drug

    (Note: Drugs are also withdrawn from the market due to health risks, and we do not compound medications that were discontinued due to safety concerns.)

    Sometimes only certain doses and dosage forms of a particular drug, or specific combinations are discontinued.

    Our professional pharmacists can help by obtaining the Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) and compounding the needed drug in the most appropriate dose, dosage form, and flavor for each patient. We can also compound medications that are free of problem-causing additives such as sugar, alcohol, preservatives, dyes, and gluten. We utilize the finest FDA approved chemicals, follow current USP guidelines, and are licensed and regulated by our State Board of Pharmacy.

    Shortages of Oral and Topical Medications:
    Liotrix (Thyrolar) Tablets
    Reserpine Tablets
    Sumatriptan Nasal Spray
    Theophylline Extended Release Capsules and Tablets
    Tretinoin Capsules

    Shortages of Veterinary Medications

  • Discontinued Medications


    Discontinued Medications:
    Achromycin® Ointment
    Actifed®, Actifed-C® Liquid
    Azulfidine Liquid
    Chlorpromazine Oral Solution and Suppositories
    Chlortrimeton® Solution
    Cortef® Suspension
    Desonide® Otic
    Dexamethasone - various
    Dilantin® Suspension
    Hydergine® Liquid
    Indomethacin Suppositories
    Isoniazid Liquid
    Meclan® Cream
    Minocycline Suspension
    Mycelex-G® Vaginal Tablets
    Nystatin Suspension
    Thioridazine Suspension
    Triamcinolone Acetonide
    Trimethobenzamide Suppositories
    Vancomycin Liquid
    Whitfield’s Ointment

    In addition to the above, there are countless products and “remedies” that are no longer commercially available, but that physicians and patients report are very useful in treating a specific problem.  Ask our compounding pharmacist for more information.


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