It's important to take all medications as directed, whether they are over-the-counter medicines or medicines prescribed by your doctor. The more medicines you take, the more questions there will be. Why are you taking medication? What time should you take it? How much is it going to cost you? Are there side effects you need to worry about?
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So. It's been a little over a month now since prediabetes moved into my house. I had to take some time to process everything mentally and add a few more to-do's to my list: 1 - get a 3-hour glucose test for each kid (Check) 2 - schedule follow-ups with the nurse practitioner (Check) 3 - schedule a meeting with the head of the pediatric group to discuss (On hold) 4 - possibly find a new endo (Remains to be seen) Clearly there remains a fair amount of adjustment to be...