PillRite Monthly Pill Management System
Thank you, Mary Ann Andrews, the creator the PillRite four week pill management system, for responding to my post about forgetting to take my medication by giving me a PillRite. Like many of us, Mary Ann Andrews struggles with a chronic illness requiring twice daily medication.
Three weeks using the system, it has served me well. I can see my pills since the caddy holds them vertically. When the evening comes, I take my finger and go from morning to evening to make sure I’ve taken my night-time (divalproex), which is paramount for maintaining my stability. I take two psychotropics (divalproex and escitalopram), atorvastatin for cholesterol, montelukast for asthma, and vitamins (multivitamin, fish oil, glucosamine chondroitin MSM).


12 responses to “Thank you, Mary Ann”

  1. Like that I can fill up four weeks at a time, that it is vertical & clear.

  2. That thing is a beast! Love it.

  3. I agree with everyone here. It looks like a fantastic system.

  4. What a great idea! 🙂 I need this lol…In the morning I am groggy from the medication I take at night, ( I have been trying to take it earlier in the evening, to help with that) I often have trouble remembering if I took my morning medication…then I end up worrying if I will make the mistake of taking a double dose lol This would solve my problem for sure! Where do I sign up? 🙂

  5. I have one of those 4/day organizers from when I took more often than twice a day. Those are great, too.

  6. Yep. I have one of those 4 times a day organizers, too.

  7. great idea – right now I’m doing well & I take meds 3x/day.I haven’t missed a single pill yet! (Thank God.)

  8. I love the idea of being able to fill it for a month at a time, but I take pills at 4 different times during the day so it wouldn’t work for me.

  9. I like it. I’m visual, so it works for me. Plus, you organize by month rather than by week.

  10. This looks really good.

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