As anyone with a chronic illness knows, keeping track of all the medications and dietary supplements you take can be a nightmare; especially at the beginning when you are exploring different treatments and alternative medicines. At one time, I was taking up to 32 different pills 3-5 times a day. That's over 100 pills a day! My nutritionist changed my supplements regularly and keeping track of how many of which pill I was supposed to take when became a monumental task.
I have made all the templates and alterations I used during those early days available to download in the forms and lists section to the right. I hope these forms help you as much as they helped me!
Medication Tracking Forms
- Medication Log - Excel spreadsheet from Microsoft Office Online. Record start/end dates, color, shape, physician & pharmacy names, numbers and perscription refill info for each medication.
- Daily Medication Checklist - Word document - Day is broken down into 6 segments: morning, mid-morning, afternoon, mid-afternoon, evening, bedtime. Space for medication name, dosage, purpose and check-boxes to tick once medication is taken.
- Symptom Log
- Wallet Card Perscription List