1. The easiest way to lookup drug information, identify pills, check interactions and set up your own personal medication records.
2. Access in-depth consumer information, FDA alerts, drug interactions, plus food, allergy and medical condition interactions.
3. Fast search, accurate suggestion engine and the most comprehensive database of drug information available online.
4. Drugs.com is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online.
Complete Drugs A – Z listings
Fast search, accurate suggestion engine and the most comprehensive database of drug information available online.
Identify any meds simply by entering an imprint, shape or color. Database updated daily.
Provides a list of interactions that may occur when different drugs are taken at the same time. Also checks food interactions automatically.
Personal Medication Records
Add your medications to instantly assemble relevant medical information in a simple, easy to read personalized format. Access in-depth consumer information, FDA alerts, drug interactions, plus food, allergy and medical condition interactions. An invaluable tool for medication management and adherence.
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Q & A
Ask a specific question about your medication. Search on thousands of questions and answers.
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Drugs.com is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online. Providing free, peer-reviewed, accurate and independent data on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines & natural products. Drugs.com is a multiple Webby Award nominee and attracts more than 24 million U.S. visitors per month.
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AN EXCELLENT RESOURCE!
This app has been very helpful to me for several years in managing my medications. It is extremely user-friendly, well-organized and packed with useful information for those of us that have more than a passing interest in what we put into our bodies. Although most of the information here is probably available in piecemeal fashion from other apps or websites, I am unaware of any other source of so much helpful drug-related information that can be accessed all in one place. Perhaps my favorite aspect of the app is the section that offers both individual and collective reviews of how helpful (or unhelpful) each drug has been for its users. One can also check drug reviews by the condition they were prescribed to treat. All in all, an extremely useful resource!
My Go to App
This App is Fantastic!! It's always my go to App when I'm in need of any information about prescription and over the counter medication. I have never used the app and not received the information I was in need of. I just love that I don't have to spend time searching the web for answers to my medication questions. The ability to print out my own medication list has been a huge help to me due to going to many different Doctors and I don't have to spend time writing them all out in the very small space on the Doctor form. I have recommended this app to numerous people because it's that Awesome!!!!! Thank You, Redluna999
Of course, I use the app for learning about symptoms, available drugs and dosing, and contraindications. But my most - used part is the Pill Finder. Most of my Rx drugs and my wife’s are generic, the three different “pill stampers” may use the same color and same size and same shape for three different drugs. So when my wife says, One of us must have dropped this. What is it? I never guess! I get some reading glasses to clearly read the stampings on the tablet, and go to PillFinder. You’re asking, you use pills you find on the floor? Never in a hospital, but here at home, after paying $1 to $7 a tablet on a retirement income — you bet your boots we use them after being absolutely certain what the are, and putting them back in the correct bottle from the drug store. When it affects what’s left over for food, you would make the same choice. We toss out any that end up in something wet or particularly disgusting, but the rest just get wiped off by a clean white cloth and put back in the original bottle.