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AndyR
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Can anyone recommend a large pill planner that holds lots of pills?

Currently I have a morning/night weekly pill planner, but I am finding it difficult to put all my supplements and prescriptions in it.

I'm sure most of you know the struggle. I can't seem to find anything larger online. Thanks!

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Pocono Lyme
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I have used this one for years. I had small ones in addition to this when I had to take something more often.
http://store.apothecaryproducts.com/medication-management/medtime-planner-large.html

The link to the company site is http://store.apothecaryproducts.com/medication-management.html

I don't know anything about the company. I looked on the back of my med planner for the name of it. My husband picked this up for me at the local pharmacy. I like it.

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Ebay - Most free shipping....

http://www.ebay.com/bhp/large-pill-organizer

Steve

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Tincup
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Fishing tackle boxes. The ones with the divided sections for flies and hooks, etc.

Plano makes some that I've used. Usually cheaper than pill organizers too. It has 4-24 adjustable compartments- see thru- and costs $4.99

https://www.amazon.com/Plano-23620-01-Stowaway-Adjustable-Dividers/dp/B000E3C3NU/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1487352653&sr=8-7&keywords=fishing+tackle+storage

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Wow Tincup, I didn't think of that. That's a great idea. Thanks!
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That is awesome Tincup, we could use a couple of those. Thanks for sharing. I never thought of that either, even though I use similar boxes for organizing other little things.
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Well, so glad you are pleased! Nice to know!

A tip- be sure to keep the top tightly closed- I used a large rubber band just in case, but not till after I learned my lesson.

If it gets tossed around in a suitcase or dropped real hard and the top comes open- out goes all the meds.

I could also put things like little eye drop bottles in there as a reminder to use, and little tubes of other things I was using.

And I'd like to take credit for being brilliant and coming up with a grand idea, you know.

BUT, truth is I was so broke I had to use what was hanging around not being used- which at the time were fishing tackle boxes.

But you can call me "smart" if you want to. I don't mind...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54sZ8TFFAmY

giggle, giggle...

[lol]

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Tincup
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We've got to love you Steve!

Always there with a smile for us.

Thanks for all the fun you put in our hearts and the giggles in our, well, where ever giggles go. You know.

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My hubby uses two pill organizers - 1 for meals & bedtime and the other one for between meals and during the night.
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Andy,

Just want you to know I am being teased and picked on by LN members at other posts for responding as I did here.

So, to help them get over it I am adding the following information...

At least I didn't say you needed a bushel basket and a cabana boy to haul it around for you!

See, I can demonstrate some restraint.

Some times...

[lol]

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The problem to use more than one WEEKLY pill organizer for the day,

... is when your lyme brain starts to mix them around...

... and you end up taking the EVENING box in the MORNING, or vice-versa.


The following example can come as a handy solution then:


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[woohoo] [woohoo] [woohoo]

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quote:
Originally posted by Tincup:
Andy,

Just want you to know I am being teased and picked on by LN members at other posts for responding as I did here.

Sorry to hear that Tincup! Your tackle box is cool in my book [Big Grin]
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