Personal Medication Record

Personal Medication Record


Use the free Beta version of Drugs.com Personal Medication Record (ePMR) to keep track of your medications and instantly assemble relevant medical information in a simple, easy to read personalized format. Gain immediate access to in-depth consumer information, drug comparisons, historical news, FDA alerts, drug interactions, plus food, allergy & medical condition interactions.

Recent changes:
Added back button support for more devices.
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About Personal Medication Record
Use the free Beta version of Drugs.com Personal Medication Record (ePMR) to keep track of your medications and instantly assemble relevant medical information in a simple, easy to read personalized format. Gain immediate access to in-depth consumer information, drug comparisons, historical news, FDA alerts, drug interactions, plus food, allergy & medical condition interactions.

Recent changes:
Added back button support for more devices.

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User reviews of Personal Medication Record
very slow and most things do not work, worthless
Feb 22, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 13, 2014
Doesn't save Won't save my meds
A Google User
Aug 12, 2014
Tried it but could not get it to work Could not get it to work every time I tried to add information it crashed and rebooted my tablet Samsung Note 10.1
A Google User
May 4, 2014
ITs VERY DETAIL If you take the time to access all its features, it does have space to log every characteristic of the medication: from photos, info, interactions, dose, description, etc... Its very good and useful.
A Google User
Apr 16, 2014
Needs Some Improvement This app is very helpful to record med; however, needs some additional features. Should be able to put a date of when you begin taking the meds, should allow you to enter conditions not in their list as you may be using medication "off label". For example, you may be treated with a "water pill" for a heart condition or for high blood pressure, not just for edema. Also it appears you must have an allow for information to permanently be saved.
A Google User
Apr 10, 2014
Good app