Are you taking any medications?
Are they prescription medications or over-the-counter drugs?
If you have the medication with you now, may I see them?
Do you have your personal medication records with you now? If you do, could I take a look at it, please?
What happens to you when you have an allergic reaction?
Here are the instructions for taking your medication.
Please take this medicine exactly as directed by your doctor.
Please take this medication twice a day, in the morning and evening, after eating.
If it is almost time for your next dose, skip the last dose and wait until the time for the next dose.
Please take this medication whenever you need it.
Please take this medication with water or lukewarm water.
This medicine should be chewed or allowed to dissolve in the mouth.
If you can not swallow this pill, you can crush and mix it with in some food, water or juice.
The dose of this medication is twenty-five milligrams.
This medication has some mild side effects.
Side effects are rare, but they sometimes occur.
Side effects include headaches, swelling and loss of appetite.
With this medicine you may have sometimes have symptoms such as nausea, vomiting or hair loss.
Do not drive your car while taking this medication.
This medication may interact with other medications.
Please do not eat grapefruit or drink grapefruit juice with this medication.
Please be sure to check with your doctor or pharmacist before taking a new medication.
Please do not taken any non-prescribed medications without consulting your doctor.
Please keep this medication at room temperature.
Please keep this medication in the refrigerator.
Please keep this medication away from direct sunlight, in a cool, dry place.
The child is more fretful than usual.
have a habit of biting one's nails
You should break the habit of pulling out your hair
Thumb sucking is a common habit among children, so just take your time to cure it.
If you take this medication for a long time, it may be habit-forming.