Asked about asthma medication Reports asthma medication has not changed Reports

Asked about asthma medication reports asthma

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Asked about asthma medication Reports asthma medication has not changed Reports inhaler is albuterol (Proventil) Reports using inhaler no more than 2 times per week Reports recommended dose is 1-3 puffs as needed Reports typically taking 2 puffs Reports sometimes needing 3 puffs to control symptoms Denies adverse effects of asthma medication Followed up about birth control prescription Reports starting birth control 4 months ago Reports reason for birth control was to manage PCOS symptoms Reports birth control is drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol (Yaz) Reports taking birth control pill daily Reports taking birth control pill at the same time every day Denies adverse side effects from birth control Asked about current non-prescription medications Reports occasional ibuprofen use Denies OTC herbals Denies OTC supplements Followed up on ibuprofen (Advil) Reports taking ibuprofen for cramps Reports ibuprofen is regular strength Reports ibuprofen is effective Reports last use of ibuprofen was six weeks ago Asked about allergies Reports allergies have not changed Reports penicillin allergy Reports cat allergy Reports dust allergy Asked about diabetes management through lifestyle Reports recently beginning dieting to manage diabetes Reports recently beginning exercising to manage diabetes Asked about blood glucose monitoring Reports checking blood sugar once a day Reports checking sugar in the morning Reports using glucometer Reports blood sugar number is usually around 90 Reports having adequate supplies Asked about asthma symptoms Denies change in asthma symptoms
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