• Hormonal
    Medicines

    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Hormonal Medicines

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  • Reproductive
    Medicines

    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Reproductive Medicines

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  • Dental
    Medicines

    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Dental Medicines

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  • Sports
    Medicines

    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Sports Medicines

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  • Veterinary
    Medicines

    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Veterinary Medicines

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Natural Vitamin B-12 Give it a shot

What’s so great about the Vitamin B12 that Newport Center Pharmacy offers? Newport  Pharmacy and Compounding Center: Vitamin B12 in a biologically active form known as methylcobalamin (methyl). Vitamin B12 is a naturally occurring B complex vitamin that is formed by microorganisms. Its active form is the methylated form. Most products containing Vitamin B12 use a chemicalized form known as cyanocobalamin (cyano) that was designed and utilized by drug manufacturers because of its very long Continue Reading

Pet Lovers

Our compounding pharmacists at Newport Center Pharmacy offer novel solutions for each pet’s unique problem. Have you thought of compounding a medication for an animal that has rash in its tail? In cases when a veterinarian prescribes a topical medication for the infection but the animal licks the medication off making it ineffective, our innovative, forward thinking pharmacists in this situation may recommend a bitter flavored topical cream to be applied to the affected area Continue Reading

Benefits of Compounding

Compounding allows a medication to be personalized for an individual patient. The ability to create these personalized medications allows compounding pharmacists to help patients with a wide variety of needs. Compounding Pharmacists Make Medication That Is Difficult to Find or Discontinued illus-benefits-of-compounding Sometimes a large pharmaceutical manufacturer discontinues a medication. Often this happens because not enough patients are taking the drug, so it is unprofitable to keep mass-producing it. But what about the patients who Continue Reading