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My Medicines

Take Time to Take Care of your Health

Keep a record of medicines you use:

You can help prevent some medicine errors, by taking an active role in your health care.  You can start by keeping a list of all your medications.  Make sure you keep this information easily available and provide updated copies to your health care providers.  Your medication list will assist medical professionals in detecting and avoiding future problems.

Place a “x” for the ones you use:

___  Aspirin or other pain/

         headache/fever medicine

___  Allergy medicine

___  Antacids

___  Cold medicine

___  Diet pills/Supplements

___   Laxatives

___  Sleeping pills

___  Vitamins

___  Minerals

___  Herbals

___  Others  __________________


Example of a detailed prescription list you can use for your next visit to your health care provider.