Immunization is a common kind of preventative healthcare that has been responsible for preventing the loss of millions of lives all over the world. Getting vaccinated protects not just you but also the people around you from diseases and viruses that might potentially be fatal. Our primary mission is to facilitate you and your loved ones receiving all of the most recent immunizations that have been recommended and licensed for use.


Our medical staff is happy to administer a wide range of vaccinations, and the following are some of the vaccines that are now available:

  • Pneumonia
  • \sFlu
  • \sShingles
  • \sPertussis

In light of the present COVID-19 pandemic, we have come to the conclusion that vaccination is the most reliable and effective method of preventing the spread of disease and shielding oneself from its adverse consequences. Please get in contact with our staff so that we may provide you with information regarding any vaccinations about which you have questions; our experts will, without a doubt, be delighted to assist you with any issues.

At our pharmacy, the trained professionals on hand are able to easily give each and every one of the vaccines indicated above. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with a member of our team now if you have any questions about the vaccines we provide.

Flibanserin (Addyi) (Addyi)

Addyi, which is also known by its generic name of flibanserin, is a medication that has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) in premenopausal women. HSDD is an abbreviation for Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder in Premenopausal Women. This is the most frequent kind of female sexual dysfunction, which affects around 6 million women in the United States. Addyi is a non-hormonal medication known as a Multifunctional Serotonin Agonist Antagonist (MSAA). Its mechanism of action involves correcting an imbalance in the neurotransmitters (brain chemicals) dopamine and norepinephrine, which are both responsible for sexual excitement, while also lowering the levels of serotonin (which can lower sex drive). It is not yet completely understood how exactly these encounters increase a woman's sexual desire but it is clear that they do. Addyi was first designed as an antidepressant, but in 2015 it received regulatory approval for use in the treatment of HSDD.

It would be inaccurate to refer to Addyi as the "female Viagra." Viagra is able to improve sexual performance since it works by boosting the amount of blood that flows to the vaginal area. Addyi has an effect on the chemicals in the brain, but it does not improve sexual performance. Addyi is not recommended for patients who are experiencing low sex drive due to a co-existing medical or psychiatric condition (such as depression), patients who have problems with a significant other (husband or partner), or patients who are experiencing low sex drive due to the side effects of another medication. Patients have claimed that it might take as long as four weeks before they begin to see apparent improvements. On the other hand, it typically takes between eight and twelve weeks after the treatment has been initiated for the full effects to become visible. If the patient does not see any noticeable improvement within this time frame, the medication should be discontinued.

Sprout Pharmaceuticals is the company that makes Addyi, and the medication may be found in the form of pink, oval tablets with the letters "f100" imprinted on one side. Each tablet contains 100 milligrams. There are thirty tablets in each bottle of Addyi. Addyi should only be used once a day, in the evening, and the suggested dosage is 100 milligrams.


Generic Clomid (clomiphene)

Ovulation can be stimulated or made to occur at regular intervals by taking the medicine clomiphene citrate, which is marketed under the trade name Clomid. Clomiphene citrate is a medication that can be taken orally. If you have been unable to conceive naturally and have been diagnosed with ovulatory dysfunction and/or polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), then your primary care physician or gynecologist may recommend that you take Clomid in order to increase your chances of becoming pregnant. Clomid is available as oral tablets, each of which contains 50 mg of clomiphene citrate USP and several other inactive ingredients such as lactose, sucrose, cornstarch, and magnesium stearate. Clomid is manufactured by Sanofi-Aventis US LLC, a pharmaceutical company that was established in 1950 and is based in Bridgewater, New Jersey.

Because it works by stimulating ovulation, Clomid makes it more likely that a woman will become pregnant while taking it. In layman's terms, its mechanism of action is as follows: it deceives the brain into believing that estrogen levels are lower than they actually are, which causes the pituitary gland to begin producing greater quantities of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH). Increased levels of FSH cause the ovary to generate one or more egg follicles, which will then mature and be released during the process of ovulation. These egg follicles can be stimulated to produce by higher amounts of FSH. Ovulation is stimulated when there are high levels of the hormone LH, and when there are more eggs produced from the ovaries, there are more chances for a sperm to fertilize an egg.

Clomid is typically used once daily for five consecutive days commencing just before to the onset of the menstrual cycle. Depending on how the physician anticipates the patient will react to the prescribed medication, they may often prescribe one, two, three, or even occasionally four tablets to be taken at the same time each day. It is typical to begin treatment with the smallest possible dose and to gradually increase it as directed. It is highly suggested that Clomid be administered at around the same time each day. The majority of patients find that taking it in the evening before going to bed is most convenient since it enables them to sleep through a number of the unfavorable side effects. If you use Clomid for three to six cycles and still don't become pregnant, it's probably time to consult a fertility doctor and try a more aggressive therapy.