Pediatric Compounding

Caring for Kids (& their Families)

mom & daughter taking tablets
young booy taking liquid medication
lollipops

Med Time: A Chore No More

Does your little one fight you when it’s time to take medicine? You’re not alone. Kids refuse to take their meds for all kinds of reasons: color, texture, or even just because they know it’s medicine. They don’t feel well, and bad-tasting or hard-to-swallow medicine makes everything worse.

That fight makes med time a battle that’s hard to win, and it sometimes means that kids fall behind on their medication regimen and don’t feel better as quickly as they should.

When little patients are testing their parents' patience, it may be time to try a tailored solution. Let us help! Our pediatric compounding services make med time less of a chore for you and less of a nightmare for your child.

We Put the "MMM" in Medicine!

The challenge of convincing your kiddo to take the medicine is often the biggest hurdle to jump while trying to treat their illnesses. Through compounding, we can improve on taste with the help of a new flavor (without changing the medication's effectiveness!), change the delivery form to something easier to swallow, or even transform it into something colorful and tasty that's dispensed in childproof medication packaging.

Whether the issue is taste, dosage, or the meds your child needs just aren't available commercially, we can work with your provider to address a variety of concerns, including: 

  • Pain relief

  • Respiratory disorders

  • Oral thrush

  • Head lice

  • Diaper rash

  • Skin disorders

toddler girl with pill between fingers
asian girl smiling with liquid medication
small boy getting cold medicine from doctor

Get in Touch

Phone: 515-962-9314

Fax: 515-219-7700

Visit in Person

9379 Swanson Blvd, Ste E

Clive, IA 50325

Our Hours

Mon-Fri: 8:30 am - 5 pm

Closed on Weekends

The information provided on this website is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult your healthcare provider with questions concerning any medical condition. While we try to update our content often, medical information changes rapidly. Therefore, some information may be out of date.