Please Click this link to order prescription refills.
Follow these 3 simple steps:
1. Come in and complete a simple form
2. Have a consult with our pharmacist
• $35 for a new start (has never used birth control before)
• $20 for a new consult (used birth control, but not from our pharmacists at Lynn Oaks)
• $20 for a Depo injection administration
• $10 for a 6 month renewal
3. Have 6 months of birth control refills, so you do not have to panic that it is Friday at 5 pm, and you are on your last pill!
Walk-ins are welcome!
If we do not have your specific birth control, we can order it for the next day.
We fax your primary care provider to make sure they know you have been furnished birth control.
In addition to handling prescriptions, Lynn Oaks Compounding Pharmacy in Lynn Road Thousand Oaks CA also offers a wide variety of vaccinations to keep you and your family healthy. There are several available immunization shots including the influenza, pneumococcal, DTaP (or whooping cough), and shingles vaccines available at our pharmacy. No appointment needed!
Protect yourself and your loved ones and get your vaccination today. As some immunizations are seasonal, be sure to give us a call at 805-495-1015 to check our stock. Call anytime if you have questions and one of our pharmacists will be happy to help.
Our travel clinic practitioners will provide immunizations and an in-depth consultation to help keep you healthy while abroad. From vaccinations to prescriptions and preventative care, we will handle all of your needs for your journey. Based on your immunization history, current medical conditions, and past travel experiences, we can provide a personalized travel booklet that details the health risks for every country on your itinerary.
At Lynn Oaks Compounding Pharmacy in Lynn Road Thousand Oaks CA we not only offer a wide variety of commercially available drugs, but specialize in making customized ones for your own particular needs. Whether it be a change in strength or even a change in the drug form, we are able to supply the patient with a factory-grade product within 24 hours. Check the FAQ below or one of the links on the right for more information. You can also give us a call at 805-495-1015 and one of our staff will be happy to help.
How does compounding benefit me?
The primary reason for compounding is non-compliance; meaning the patient or doctor is not willing to use the medication in its current form. A patient may either be allergic to a certain ingredient or need the drug in a dose that is not commercially available. With the doctor’s consent, our pharmacists can create specific medication to suit the needs of each patient.
Can children or the elderly take compounded medication?
Most compounding is actually done for children or the elderly. For example, if the child does not like the taste, the pharmacist can supply an array of different flavors so that the child will take the medication. In some elderly patients, pain medication cannot be taken internally because of liver problems or side effects. In this case the pharmacist can create a topical cream or gel used to only treat the affected area. A number of compounded medications can help in any unique situation for other symptoms as well.
Is compounding safe?
Compounding has been a fundamental aspect of pharmacies since the beginning. Today, compounding in pharmacies continues to grow and has since benefitted from advances in technology and quality control. The Food and Drug Administration states that pharmaceutical compounding is ethical and legal if prescribed by a licensed doctor and filled by a licensed pharmacy.
Will my insurance cover a compounded medication?
Some insurance plans will cover the cost of the compounded medication directly. In other words, when the prescription is brought in by the patient, the insurance reimburses for the cost of the medication when billed at the pharmacy. However, if they will not cover the medication when processed online, the patient may be able to pay for it and be reimbursed directly from the insurance company. All insurance plans are different, so check with your individual provider.
Does my doctor know about compounding?
Prescription compounding is a rapidly growing industry, but many doctors aren’t aware of the full potential of a Compounding Pharmacy. If you have a medical condition that cannot be resolved by commercial medication strengths or dosage forms, a compounded prescription may be the answer. A relationship among the pharmacist, the physician, and the patient can be utilized in order to solve any unique medical issue.