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OBGYN Compounding Medications


OB stands for obstetrics or obstetrician, a physician who cares for women and their babies during pregnancy and childbirth. GYN stands for gynecology or gynecologist, a physician who specializes in treating female reproductive conditions.

While the vast majority of OB/GYNs are generalists, data from the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) shows the number of OB/GYNs obtaining board certification in a subspecialty has been increasing recently. There are seven recognized subspecialties, which are outlined by the ABMS:

Critical care medicine: This specialty involves diagnosing, treating, and supporting critically ill and injured patients.
Complex family planning: An OB/GYN who subspecializes in complex family planning works with women who have complex conditions, and they consult with other providers to ensure proper reproductive care for their patients.
Female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery: Physicians who specialize in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery provide medical and surgical treatment to women with pelvic floor disorders.
Gynecologic oncology: Doctors who practice this OB/GYN subspecialty are trained in techniques used to provide the best possible treatment for patients with gynecologic cancers.
Hospice and palliative medicine: OB/GYNs who practice this subspecialty work with patients who have life-limiting illnesses, working to optimize quality of life and minimize suffering.
Maternal-fetal medicine: OB/GYNs who practice maternal-fetal medicine are experts in addressing health concerns for both the mother and baby, and they also help manage complications that arise during pregnancy.
Reproductive endocrinology and infertility: Reproductive endocrinologists are OB/GYNs who evaluate and treat fertility issues and hormonal dysfunctions.

Commonly compounded OB-GYN Medication

AnastrazoleBiest CreamDexamethasoneBoric Acid
RhoGAMScream CreamT3/T4Valacyclovir

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