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Fluoxetine: Transdermal Gel

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Fluoxetine - Transdermal Gel - Dogs and Cats
Fluoxetine may be prescribed for
  • Behavioral Disorders
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Inappropriate Elimination
  • Urine Marking
  • Behavior Disorders
One of the dosage forms available for Fluoxetine is Transdermal Gel. When a patient won’t take their prescribed medication in an oral liquid, capsule or other dosage form, a transdermal gel may be an appropriate course of therapy.  Wedgewood Pharmacy compounds more than 30 preparations into a transdermal gel. Wedgewood Pharmacy understands the need for alternative routes of delivery when oral dosing is not a feasible option. Wedgewood Pharmacy recommends that you consult with a pharmacist before you prescribe a transdermal medication.

27 strengths of Fluoxetine Transdermal Gel are available, ranging from 10 mg/ml to 200 mg/ml.

Featured Dosage Forms Available:
If you have a hard time getting your patients to take their medications in the dosage forms you’ve prescribed, try one of Wedgewood Pharmacy’s unique dosage forms that may help increase compliance. Fluoxetine is also available in these featured dosage forms: Other Dosage Forms Available:
Fluoxetine is also available in these dosage forms. Different strengths may be available for different dosage forms.

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Fluoxetine Transdermal Gel
Prescribed For: Dogs and Cats
May be Prescribed For: Behavioral Disorders, Separation Anxiety, Inappropriate Elimination, Urine Marking and Behavior Disorders
Comparative bioavailability of fluoxetine after transdermal and oral administration to healthy cats.
Fluoxetine Transdermal Gel
Prescribed For: Dogs and Cats
May be Prescribed For: Behavioral Disorders, Separation Anxiety, Inappropriate Elimination, Urine Marking and Behavior Disorders

If you have any questions concerning these medications, please consult with your doctor.