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Monday, May 20, 2013

GUIDE TO STAYING ON TRACK WITH AUBAGIO® (teriflunomide)


1KEEP UP WITH YOUR ONCE-DAILY PILL AND YOUR FIRST 6 MONTHS OF MONTHLY MONITORING

Once you've been prescribed AUBAGIO it's important to take your pill once a day, every day, as directed by your doctor in order to have the best possible outcomes.
TIPS FOR REMEMBERING YOUR ONCE-DAILY PILL:
  • Make it part of the routine.
    It can be helpful to match up taking the medication with a normal, daily activity such as eating a meal or going to bed.
  • Keep medications where you'll notice them, but out of the reach of children.
    If you like to take your medication with food, put your pills on the dinner table, or wherever you eat. If you take your medication in the morning, put your pills someplace you will see as part of your morning routine.
  • Keep a medication schedule or calendar
    Write a list of the medications you take, how often you take them, and any special directions. This can be especially helpful if you are taking many different medicines. You can even keep the list on a calendar and check off each dose as you take it.
  • Ask for help
    Ask someone to remind you to take your medicine each day if needed or set an alarm.
  • Set a reminder or alarm
    Use a timer, cell phone alarm, or alert to remind yourself when your dose is due.


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