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Protect Your Pills, To Protect Your Health
Store Your Medications Properly
Medications can lose their effectiveness when they are subject to heat, moisture, light and time. Steamy bathrooms or the inside of a car on a hot day are examples of bad places to keep medicine. Store your medications in a cool, dark place. Keep your medications in their original container. This will not only protect your medications, but keep them properly labeled and child-proofed to protect you and those around.
Use A Pillbox
Do not risk losing or damaging your entire supply of medication by carrying it with you. Store your daily or weekly medications in a pillbox. Pillboxes come in a variety of shapes and sizes. If you have trouble remembering to take your medication at the right time, try using a pillbox that has a built-in alarm.
Destroy Expired And Left-Over Medications Properly
Finish all medications as directed. If for some reason you have a medication you are no longer taking or a medication that has expired, dispose of them properly. Your local pharmacy, physician's office or hospital is the best place to return unused medications. Unused medications are medical waste. Do not contaminate landfills by discarding them with your normal household waste. Do not put unused medications down your drain or in your toilet where they can contaminate our water supply. To protect your privacy, destroy any labels on the containers before you discard them.
Don't Share Medications
Prescriptions are written to treat ailments diagnosed by a doctor. You may share symptoms with others, but that is never a guarantee the same treatment is appropriate. The risk of seriously harming someone with someone else's medication, or preventing their proper treatment, outweighs the small amount of time and money saved by sharing medications.
Ask Your Doctor Before You Add Something
Notify your doctor or pharmacist of everything you are using and before you add something new to the mix. Some over-the-counter products are known to interact harmfully with certain prescription drugs. Antacids, dietary supplements, vitamins and even some foods and beverages can cause problems with your medications. Every time you add one more product the chance of unwanted side effects increases. Make sure you know what to avoid and if you have any doubt, ask your doctor.
Use The Right Tools
If you take a liquid medication ask your pharmacist to recommend the best device to measure each dose. A spoon from your table, or the measuring spoons you cook with, might not always provide the right dose. Also ask your pharmacist how to properly measure out each dose and what precautions you should take to clean and store the tool in-between doses.
Please Read
This information is provided to assist you and your doctor, not to replace your good judgment or their training. We can not guarantee or warranty the safety of any individual medication or combination of medications obtained or not obtained as a result of using this information or your USA Rx Plan Card. The information and resources that are referred to in this site are intended to encourage you to take a greater roll in managing your own health. However, it is still critical that you consult a licensed medical professional for all matters concerning your personal health.