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Medication Record for:______________________________________

Allergies                                                                                                                                                                                    ___ no known drug allergies
Name/ phone no. primary pharmacy: primary practitioner:
Name/ phone no. secondary pharmacy: primary practitioner's phone no:
Name of Medicine Times to take Purpose
              include strength, dose, frequency Morn Noon Eve Bed (why you are taking this medicine)
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List below any herbals or other supplements you are taking

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