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Pillbox Keychain by Profile Gifts®, Carry Your Daily Medicine in This Compact Metal Pill Box Case
Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 0.63 x 0.63 inchesInternal Space Dimensions: 2 x 0.62 x 0.62 in (please verify that dimensions fit your needs before purchasing)Weight: 0.3 ouncesMetal keychain pillbox made out of aluminum for carrying medication, vitamins, and supplementsColor: Silver
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12 Reddit comments about Pillbox Keychain by Profile Gifts®, Carry Your Daily Medicine in This Compact Metal Pill Box Case:

u/rafaelloaa · 12 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

I'm a guy who's not had to deal with the same difficulties you're facing, but I have had my share of meds/pain, and I've picked up a few tricks along the way, some of which might be of use.

With regards to daily medications, I have a routine where I put my daily morning/night little case (this one, or similar) on my table directly next to my bed, so I am literally staring at it when I wake up. I also have a bottle of water there. So I wake up, sit up, and take my morning meds. There's nothing on that table except for my glasses case, my daily meds case, and the bottle of water.

In the evening, same deal. As I'm getting to bed, I take my evening meds, and swap out the empty container for the next morning's one.

For the first few years I was on daily medications, I would have a daily timer set on my phone at a fixed, and as soon as it went off I would go and take my meds. If I wasn't able to take them right then (out of the house or w/e), I would re-set the timer for an arbitrary length of time, where I thought I'd be back home. That way I wouldn't forget. Over time, I've stopped needing to set a timer, but do what works.

Point is, you can do it! Take the step that lets you be able to utilize the wonders of modern medicine (tm).

As for remembering to take pain meds when you're in pain, I feel your pain (hah). I've been through that situation a lot of times. The best strategies I've figured out are to keep just one or two of a lighter pain med in a case in my bag (I used this one, but anything that tightly seals is fine), as well as one on my desk (as opposed to the rest of the bottle, which is up in the box with the rest of my meds, etc). That way when I'm hurting I can just grab the pill there and take it, and I know ahead of time that I've just put what's safe to take in a single dose out.

I've also on occasion put a sticky note on my computer monitor that just said "if you're hurting, take pain meds"... Surprisingly effective.

Sorry for the essay, I'm just hopeful I can help share some stuff that worked for me, stuff I wish someone had told me years ago.

u/MantisTobogan-MD · 4 pointsr/PipeTobacco

It also has the benefit of keeping the tobacco tamped down so nothing spills all over when you open it.

amazon link to keychain

u/cyclefreaksix · 3 pointsr/EDC

Something like this?

Pillbox Keychain by Profile Gifts® - Carry Your Daily Medicine in This Compact Metal Pill Box Case

I'm on mobile so excuse the monster link. You would probably want to put some tape around the batteries to prevent shorting out or making contact and draining...

u/fib16 · 2 pointsr/iphone

I bought one of these to keep it on my keychain. Waterproof and I can store other things in there too. It's awesome.

u/DoYaFeelLuckyPunk · 2 pointsr/gout

26 with Gout, started when i was 23.

I'm no fuckup, but drink heavily every weekend (and weeknights too throughout college).

To be honest, whenever I start feeling ANY discomfort, i immediately pop an anti-inflammatory. Keeps the extreme pain at bay.
I just try and carry around a couple Aleve/Naproxen pills whereever I go. For example, I now know if i feel symptoms (stiffness, discomfort, lack of mobility in my toes) and I'm at a restaurant, it always pays to excuse yourself, find the nearest drugstore and buy some medication. The sooner, the better. I've had to call in sick with some strange excuse over the past couple years when I ignored the initial symptoms to "deal with it in the morning." Now i carry a tiny little pill holder

I try and avoid stout beer, although stout is my favourite. Dude, the only thing young guys can do is preventative maintenance.

There's not a chance in hell I'm going to be vegetarian. There's a 0% chance I'm not gonna go out for drinks with friends. But for me, the sooner I take an anti-inflammatory, the better. I know that the pain will subside if i pop right away. The longer I wait to take it, the exponentially worse it gets the morning after…

Just two months ago I didn't take my own advice, and felt an imminent flare-up around 6pm when i was on my way to a dinner party. Didn't take a 'flammy until I got home around 1am. Horrible fucking mistake.
Gout lasted for a whole fucking week and couldn't walk without hopping on one foot for 4 days. I got my grandpa to FedEx me his Colchicine (he's 92 and had gout, but hasn't had a flare up in 20+ years because he swears by Colchicine).

Apple Cider vinegar, as recommended by these fine Gouty people, seems to help. Although I always drink the Apple cider vinegar in conjunction with the 'flammys. Take a couple swigs before bed and in the morning, can't hurt.

TL;DR Carry an anti-inflammatory with you, pop 'em as soon as you can. A keychain pill holder like this is an easy way to be safe

u/sitbomm · 2 pointsr/benzodiazepines

This thing is awesome for carrying around pills with you.

u/skybrew · 2 pointsr/DnD

This is actually pretty cool, you could get a keychain pillbox holder and put these on your keychain and never be without dice!

u/alwaysnoone · 1 pointr/Nootropics

Something like this?

or this

u/CantRememberMyUserID · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

There is a thing called a Finger Toothbrush, they make them for babies and for pets. Lots of different sizes and bristle arrangements, I don't have a specific one to recommend. The tiniest one I found is actually an antique in a museum, but look around.

I also found this: Scope Outlast mini brush.
And a similar product from Colgate.

To make whatever you find keychain friendly, look for pill boxes or toothpick holders or "stash" holders (no link!!) that are keychains. You'll have to figure out what size each thing is and whether your brushy things will fit, but you should be able to find something that will work. You could put a shot of mouthwash into one of these cases.

I found all these when I was looking for a keychain container to hold a USB-C to micro-USB adapter that is 2.5x1.0x0.5cm, so if you see something that would work for that as you are searching, let me know :-)

u/Crotch_Snorkel · 1 pointr/GrassHopperVape

I got a cheap pill holder key chain that works well, but I keep a mini swiss army on that key chain too because weed will get stuck.

u/TooMuchSnuSnu · 1 pointr/mflb

/u/DodgyBollocks is correct. They were given out by Camel as merchandise at a festival a few years back. They originally contained some crappy earplugs some people use for live music. It appears they used exactly this fob with their logo lasered onto it:®-Medicine/dp/B00GG13Q7Q

Every year I try to get some more but all I can get are some plastic ones which I use for storing chewing gums. I just have to show it... 6 pieces stack really neatly for when your are on the go :D

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