Well, yes. But that was not the question.
More direct. Can the followers of prettyill.com submit their prescriptions to the pharmacy that Dr. Diana uses since other formulating pharmacies do not provide that service?
Maybe my questioning was incorrect. In your video on cromolyn pricung you stated that you go to a formulating pharmacy to make yours in a 200mg/5ml strength costing you $90 per month. My question is, are you able to refer is to that pharmacy that makes your scripts pending they provide mail order service. The issue I am running into is the formulating pharmacies in my location are stating this…. “The only time we are allowed to compound a medication that is commercially available is when there is a ‘therapeutic’ need for the compound (i.e. allergies, different dosage forms, tailored strengths, etc.).”
Thank you kindly.
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