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Multiple Health Conditions (Comorbidity)

Techniques To Help Keep Your Health Conditions From Taking Over Your Life

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For instance:

  • Try to schedule your medical appointments, including tests, on one or two days of a week. 
  • Keep track of tests. Preferably get copies of test results and file them in an easy-to-access, safe place. 
  • When ongoing tests are required, find out if you can do them at home or a place close to home.
  • Use email or fax as much as possible.
  • Use a pharmacy that will coordinate when refills are needed so you don't have to constantly think about running out. A pharmacy that reminds you when prescriptions need to be renewed keeps you from scrambling at the last minute.

It is more difficult to take drugs as prescribed when you are taking multiple drugs. Use whatever aids are necessary for you to keep on track.

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