Find Ivermectin at a Top-rated, Accredited Compounding Pharmacy, Town & Country Compounding
There has been a lot of information and misinformation about COVID over the past year. If you want to educate yourself about ivermectin and research, we suggest visiting the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC).
Get Ivermectin Shipped with Rx
Ivermectin tablets are in short supply and we have had difficulty getting them. We can compound ivermectin capsules in customized strengths with a prescription requesting compounded ivermectin capsules. Prescribers, please request an Rx order form for ease of prescribing.
We are licensed and work with patients/providers in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.
For prescribers, please visit our Forms Page.
Common questions we have recently been asked:
Do you have ivermectin?
I can’t find a pharmacy with the strength I need, does Town & Country Compounding have it?
Is ivermectin covered by insurance?
Where can I find a doctor who will prescribe it?
1. Do you have Ivermectin?
Yes, we can compound ivermectin capsules. The commercially available tablets are in extremely short supply right now. As of now, we only have the ivermectin pure powder; we can compound capsules into the customized strength you are prescribed. However, as the demand increases, the powder is getting more difficult to find.
Please note: You should never use ivermectin that is intended for animal use for yourself. Ivermectin formulas for animals are not the same as human formulas. You should only obtain ivermectin from a pharmacy with a prescription.
2. Do you have the strength I need?
The commercial tablets only come as 3 mg, but we can compound the customized strength prescribed specifically for you. Your doctor must specify “compounded ivermectin capsules” on the prescription.
Common Example Scenario with Ivermectin:
The doctor prescribes a dose of 21.8 mg.
Ivermectin comes commercially as 3-mg tablets.
The patient can’t find the tablets, but if they could, it would not be in the strength they needed. (In this case, the dose would require the patient to take 7.27 tablets)
Why a compounding pharmacy may be necessary for ivermectin prescriptions?
Medication is not-one-size-fits-all. Certain drugs, such as ivermectin, or specific dosage forms that a patient may require may not be commercially available at a traditional pharmacy. A compounding pharmacy can customize the ingredients, strength, form, flavor, and more.
3. Is Ivermectin covered by insurance?
We have heard that the commercial 3-mg tablets (very hard to find anyway) are being rejected by many insurance plans. Compounded prescriptions are often not covered by plans, but still have fair pricing.
4. How can I find a doctor who will prescribe Ivermectin?
If your doctor will not prescribe Ivermectin for you, the FLCCC has prepared a list of providers who you may contact.
If you live in one of the states that we are licensed in, we can possibly give you some suggestions.
T&C Compounding Currently Ships to 12 States Nationally
NJ, NY, PA, CT, FL, MD, DE, KY, OH, RI, MA, MN
Important Health Notice
Town & Country Compounding does not carry any claims for Ivermectin being a treatment. We only wish to share with you the research that has been done thus far, information on the efforts of the FLCCC, and the expertise of our pharmacists. The Ivermectin/Mask+ Protocol is not a substitute for preventive measures. As of the publishing of this article, No treatment, including Ivermectin or the Mask+ Protocol, has been accepted by our public health system as proven to prevent, mitigate, or treat COVID-19. Patients using the protocols provided by the FLCCC should follow all measures recommended by public health authorities, including social distancing, masking, and vaccinations as appropriate. Learn More >>
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Town & Country Compounding provides the most advanced formulations based on the most recent research and peer-reviewed guidelines.
We work with patients and their medical providers to customize solutions that are right for their individual needs when commercially-made medications are not showing results. Medication is not one-size-fits-all.
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