Getting your routine refill of medications should not be a hassle anymore. Visiting a pharmacy for your drug refill might be the easiest way to beat the long wait times in the hospital ( though does not eliminate the need to see your doctor if need be).
You can also get over the counter medications for conditions such as common cold in the pharmacy.
Speaking with a trained pharmacist helps to clarify some myths that you have about your drugs.
Speak with a Pharmacist
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why is a pharmacist important to my overall health?
Pharmacists are well-versed in pharmacology, which is the branch of medicine that focuses on the uses and effects of drugs. Pharmacists understand the therapeutic roles of drugs and drug side effects and interactions with other drugs. Your pharmacist can help monitor these factors and which foods and activities can have an effect on your medications.
Does age increase the risk for medication side effects?
Some drugs help memory, especially individuals with Alzheimer’s, but there are medications that can cloud memory , interfere with and exacerbate memory issues, and that’s something to watch for in the elderly. Some medications like certain sleep aids can leave people a little hazy, and they have a harder time waking up and standing up.
Does it really matter what time of day I take my medications?
Yes, a dosing schedule is important, because every medication that you take has a specific dosing schedule e.g once a day, You should try to take your medication at the same time every day for the most beneficial effect of that medication. And if the medication is discontinued by your doctor or healthcare provider, that needs to be noted and followed.
How should I store my medications?
Keep medications in a safe place and out of the reach of children and pets. Some medications need to be refrigerated, but the majority do not, and you can keep them in a dry place that’s not exposed to temperature extremes.
Do not mix up your medications. Keep each medication in its own distinct bottle, and ensure the name and label is right, unless someone is managing the dispensing of medicines via cassettes or pillboxes.
Do you handle medical emergencies?
No. Please go to the nearest hospital or urgent care facility.
Can I get a list of the drugs that you have?
Yes, we can provide a list of the drugs in stock for you. This makes it easier for you to know what we have.
We can also arrange online payment and delivery to your local address.
Are you affiliated with the Brain and Spine Surgery Ltd in Abuja?
Yes, we have a partnership with the organization and other high quality hospitals in Nigeria.
What to Expect
As a patient, you are entitled to a very high standard of care. Knowing what you should expect the next time you go to your pharmacy will help you get the most out of your experience and support your health goals.
Expect to be treated fairly and with dignity and respect.
Expect the pharmacist to protect your personal health information.
Expect to be able to ask your pharmacist questions and to feel comfortable asking him or her to schedule more time with you to address any questions you may have either via our online or offline channels.
Before You Visit
If you have any prescription, make sure that you keep them handy. you can take a screenshor and save on your cell phone.
You can take the empty pill packs for easy identification.
Ensure that you know the names of the drugs that you are taking. If you cannot remember them, write them down on piece of paper.
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