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Medications for high blood pressure Medications help many people manage risk factors such as high blood pressure, and live longer, healthier lives. If medications have been prescribed for you, make sure you know what they do and how to use them. Be sure to fill all the prescriptions that are written for you. If you have any questions or concerns, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. My Medications English Español A PATIENT RESOURCE GUIDE Women and Heart Disease 1. Use this chart to keep track of all your prescription medications. Write down the name of each medicine, how much you take (dose), and the time-of-day you take it. 2. Write down your over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and any other remedies you take. 3. Keep the original list at home. 4. Make a copy of this list to take with you to all of your appointments. © 2016 WomenHeart, ABC, CardioSmart, and StayWell. All rights reserved. My Medications Download/print this PDF Prescription Medications What do I take this for? How much do I take (dose)? When do I take it? With food? Other special instructions Over-the-Counter Medications What do I take this for? How much do I take (dose)? When do I take it? With food? Other special instructions Vitamins/ Other Remedies What do I take this for? How much do I take (dose)? When do I take it? With food? Other special instructions Chapter 1: Managing high blood pressure 16


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