PATIENT TOOLKIT
MEDICATION MANAGEMENT

Maintaining medications is a serious chore for any Lyme patient. Between prescribed medications and additional supplements for nutrition and immune-support, it can quickly become an overwhelming task. Below are some suggestions to help manage your medications.

  • Maintain an up-to-date list of medications and supplements. The list should include:

    • Prescription name

    • Reason for Prescription (Medical Diagnosis)

    • Dosage

    • Instructions (Frequency, Time of Day, etc)

    • Special Care Instructions

    • Start Date
       

  • Use pill boxes to organize medicines and help monitor and manage dosages. Set aside time each week to refill pill boxes. It’s important to keep to a routine when managing medicines so that no doses are missed.
     

  • If necessary, create a set of written instructions for each medicine, including dosage and time it should be taken.
    TIP: Use our Master Medication Management Chart to help organize prescriptions, times, and dosages of medications or download our Daily Medication Chart to track your medicine schedule.

 

WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING DOWNLOADABLE FORMS:

Master Medication Management Chart:
Keep track of current prescribed medications and supplements and record or confirm changes with your treating physician.


Daily Medication Chart:
Track your daily medicine schedule.

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Crisis Lifeline

Lyme patients are at-risk of suicide due to the accompanying decrease in quality of life. If you or someone you love is suffering from depression or suicidal ideation, contact your physician immediately or call the
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

 

1-800-273-TALK
(1-800-273-8255)

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