My Patient Resume

There has been some discussion on “My Ladies”  blogs about how many of us go blank when we go to the Doctor, especially a new one, or if you are not feeling well.  Here is an example of what I give the doctors at every visit or if I go to the ER.  It helps to avoid the usual questions ” meds?  what’s your medical history?”.  I have had doctors remark that they wish all their patients were so organized.  Just make sure you keep it updated with any changes, especially with meds. Hope this helps you out.




  • Addison’s Disease – Adrenal insufficiency
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Seizures
  • High Blood Pressure
  • GERD – Hiatel Hernia
  • Diverticulitis
  • Hypothyroid 


  • Hydrocortisone/Cortef – 20 mg daily
  • Hyzaar 100/25 mg daily                                        
  • Metoprolol Succinate Er 50mg – one daily
  • Omeprazole –  20 mg twice daily 
  • Lamictal 100 mg 4 daily – 2 in morning, 2 at bedtime
  • Synthroid  – 0.088 mg
  • Lunesta- 3 mg at bedtime
  • Effexor XR 75 mg 3 daily
  • Simvasttin   0 .5 mg daily
  • Lorazepam 0.5 mg – only as needed
  • Compazine (Prochlorperazine -10 mg – only as needed 
  • Centrum Silver daily, Magnesium 250 mg daily,  CoQ10 – 200 mg daily,  DHEA 12.5 daily, Vitamin D 2000IU daily 

Prior Surgeries:

  • Ovarian cyst and appendectomy – 1985
  • Gallbladder – 1989
  • Ectopic pregnancy – 1990
  • Tubal repair – 1990
  • Hysterectomy – 1991
  • 3 cysts removed from abdomen – 1997
  • Bowel Re-section January 2006 

In Case of Emergency contact:

Your significant other



3 responses

  1. I use one of these too! My doctors always appreciate it. Mine’s a little longer since I’m still in the process of being diagnosed– so I always include alll the symptoms. I find the med part most helpful though. I can never remember the doses of that many meds off the top of my head, fibro fog or not!


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