If you’re having trouble following your prescription to the letter, don’t hesitate to talk to your pharmacist, who can come up with solutions just for you. For example, your pharmacist will review your medications and, with your doctor, see if the dosages can be simplified or if you can gradually stop taking any drugs you don't need any more.
Your pharmacist may also suggest that you use a weekly pill organizer (e.g., Dosett™, Dispill™). The pill organizers prepared at the pharmacy come in the form of plastic trays divided into individual compartments. Each compartment is for a specific time of day (morning, noon, dinner, bedtime) for each day of the week. The pharmacy will put the right amount of the right medication into each compartment. When it’s time to take your medication, all you need to do is open one compartment instead of several pill bottles.
Your pharmacist is here to listen, so don’t hesitate to get personalized advice and solutions.
The pharmacy services presented in this section are offered by pharmacist owners who are affiliated with PROXIM. The pharmacists are solely responsible for the professional activities carried out during the practice of pharmacy.