Daily Regimen

Posted on March 8, 2011 by

Co Q10 100 MG (One Daily) DHEA 25 MG (One Daily)
Probiotic (Three Daily)

 

Multi Vitamin (One Daily)
FORADIL AEROLIZER 12 MCG CAP – Twice-A-Day METHOTREXATE 2.5 MG TABLET – 3 Per-Week
METOPROLOL TARTRATE 25 MG TAB  – 2 A-Day OMEPRAZOLE DR 20 MG CAPSULE – 2 A-Day
BENICAR HCT 40-25 MG TABLET – 1 A-Day ALPRAZOLAM 0.5 MG TABLET – As Needed
LUNESTA 1 MG TABLET – Nightly PREDNISONE 10 MG TABLET – 15Mg A-Day
VENTOLIN HFA 90 MCG INHALER – As Needed AMLODIPINE BESYLATE 5 MG TAB – 1 A-Day

This is what I take every Day -Week – or As Needed!!!

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