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    Looking for a medication list app like the one that I used on my android. I was using a app call medlist by lsdinfotech. It worked great and was simply a way to keep a list of medications I take and doctor info. I don't need an app that tells me when I need to take a pill, at least not yet! Any suggestions on app for the iPhone xr. Use to just keep a piece of paper in my wallet but really like how that worked.

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    I have a list in my Notes, along with other account info. Always with me, easy to refer to.
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    You can put that info into the native iOS Health App. The added advantage of that is it can be accessed by medical professionals in an emergency along with your medical history, allergies, past surgical procedures ect.
    https://support.apple.com/en-au/HT207021
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    Thanks RazOrEdge, ferrarr and Rod for the suggestions. Rod I also like the fact a medical professional can access the info seeing that I ride a motorcycle quite a bit and god forbid they can go info I couldn't tell them.
    Thanks again guys.

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    Me too KennyC, for the same reasons. Had an accident last year, broke my collarbone.
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    Fun thing I did look at that health app but didn't see anything for medication and you won't until you edit it. So now I have all my meds & vitamins in there and my wife contact #. That is exactly what I was looking for something simple but track everything, thanks for the tips Rod and suggestions for the rest.
    Kenny

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