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What Happens If I Forget To Take My Inh Pill
How often?: Skip it once, probably not much. Skip it more often and the tuberculosis germ can become resistant to the inh, makes it worse for you (won't kill it off), and for the rest of us (development of multiple drug resistant tuberculosis). It is a real public health problem. You must take your meds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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It depends...: You need to tell us the reason why you are using enoxaparin? What is your medical condition/diagnosis. One missed dose is not a big deal but you may lose the benefit if you keep missing additional doses. Set a time of the day that is most convenient like before going to bed or when you take your other daily use meds ...Read more
Probably not: Unless you skip doses or entire days- then that can become an issue different time on each day is likely to be tolerated and effective. ...Read more
What could happen if i keep forgetting to take my Synthroid (thyroxine) 50 mcg? I take it for three days then skip one bc i forget.
Depends on week : The number of pills missed, the strength of the pill and the week in question all impact the management. If you miss 1 - 2 pills of a 30 mcg ee formulation or 1 (active) pill of a 10-20 mcg ee pill, take 1 pill (active) as soon as you remember, then continue taking the pill pack. In cases when the missed pills are from the first week, a back-up method or emergency contraception may be needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What do you do if you forgot to take two days of birthcontrol, i was told when i remember to take the missed one, but what if its 2 days worth?
Antioxidants: Recent scientific evidence proves that the hype about 'anti-oxidants" is just hype. There is no real medical benefit to these products. I doubt that any physician here on health tap would recommend any of these products. ...Read more
Could you tell me what would i feel or what would happen to my body if i take birth control pills and then morning after pill when I have breast cancer?
Discuss with your MD: There are many different kind of pills and you should discuss with your doctor which kind is best for you. ...Read more
You need a system: It takes at least a couple of weeks for blood levels of zoloft (sertraline) to build up to effective levels. So forgetting one pill should not created any problem. However, if you have a tendency to forget to take your pills or perhaps to not be sure if you took them, you need to work out a system for yourself that will assist you. Try pillbox that is labeled with the days of the week ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have trouble remembering to take my oral medication every day. What's a good way to remember? What should I do if I forget a dose?
Cell phone alert: Almost everyone has a fancy enough cell phone with various alert sounds that is possible to select a specific daily one as a medication reminder. This really does help as long as you keep the medication in a small, individual pill box with you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sneezing again: You could again be plagued with the same symptoms for which you are taking the allergy medications for in the first place. It really would be worthwhile to consult an allergist, find out exactly what the triggers are and then develop a game plan to best treat your allergies. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Both types of medication can be taken but thyroid pills should be taken without food or other pills. ...Read more
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