Millicent Foster, Baton Rouge, La.; Diagnosed in 2002
My advice is to find what works for you and stick to it. Have a friend or family member to call you to remind you to take your meds. This worked for me in the beginning. Remembering to take your meds is one of the hardest things to do, especially when you aren't used to taking medication.
I don't have any fancy tricks that I use to take my meds. I take them mostly in the afternoon when I eat lunch. The regimen that I am on now is so easy to take and there are no side effects with it. I keep my meds in the kitchen on the counter next to my box of Oregano Gold Green Tea, of which I drink a cup twice a day.
This is the easiest regimen that I have had since my diagnosis. I used to take my meds at night so I didn't have to deal with the side effects; now I take them in the middle of the day with the same results.