Everyone has questions from time to time about their medications. Your pharmacist is a great resource to help answer these types of questions! Pharmacists are the medication experts on your healthcare team. They have extensive education about medications, how they interact with one another, and how they can support your health. Here, we provide some answers to common medication-related questions featuring one of ExactCare’s own clinical pharmacists, Reeya Patel, PharmD, BCMTMS.
Reeya Patel, PharmD, BCMTMS
When we travel, we get so busy that we forget important things like our medication. Are you worried about forgetting your medication when you travel?
Don’t worry. There are some things you can do if this happens to you.
Here are a few tips for how to get your medication ready to take with you:
Being prepared will make situations like this easier to handle.
Both options ensure you will not have to go without taking your medication.
Call your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure what you should do. They will find the best solution for you.
If you are an ExactCare patient and have questions about your medication, give us a call at 1-877-355-7225. Our pharmacists are here to help!
Information featured on the ExactCare website, including the Ask a Pharmacist page, should not be considered medical advice. Please consult your pharmacist or doctor for advice regarding your personal health situation. If ExactCare is your pharmacy, call us directly to talk to your pharmacist: 1-877-355-7225
Can I occasionally skip a dose or cut it in half to make my medication supply last longer?
My symptoms have gone away. Can I stop taking my medication?
I’m taking my blood pressure medication, so why isn’t my blood pressure going down?
Is it okay to take a supplement with my prescription medication?
What should I do if I forget to take my medication?
Can I take a medication after the expiration date?
Should I get a flu shot?
ExactCare is a national medication management and pharmacy provider that helps people with complex medical needs overcome medication-related and chronic care challenges.
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