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When my medications arrived from overseas I worried I would forget to take some. Or that I would take two or more of them on a single day. Memory is not my strength and I am unused to taking pills so I needed to come up with a foolproof plan.
Here is my method, it has worked perfectly and I have taken the right number. By writing the day and date onto each blister, then day-by-day popping them out, not one pill gets left behind. And no double-doses.
I chose to take the Sof/Vel each morning because that is when I am most alert. Also because I mostly get up at the same time each day. Keeping each week's medication pack in the bag I take everywhere means I have a backstop. Then, if I forget first thing in the morning there is still a chance to take it later on. So far I have not needed to do that, but it is reassuring when I check that day's date on the blister foil to see it is empty. Also heartening to see the untaken one for the following day. Stepping to SVR one day at a time. Remember to remember & do not forget to remember
G2, infected maybe in 1971?
Diagnosed HVnon-A non-B 1980s, revised to HVC 1990's.
Treatment naive. Fibroscan & bloods all normal ranges.
Viral load 7million,
began Redemption trial4, 12-week generic Sof/Vel (Incepta) 2017. Week 4 UND, Week 12UND, SVR24
Thank-yous to my doctor for the script, to Jan at FixHepC for wrangling, and to Dr Freeman for courage.
Kia kaha e hoa ma!
I use a week doosage box and the google calendar reminder at 7:45pm, i have not missed a single dose. i also have this box with me all the time if something unusual happens. i refill this weekly box every Monday evening(and for the last time now, EOF 3 days left).