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how do you lock up your medications?

Posted by toadangel (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 12, 10 at 13:14

I have been trying to figure out a way to lock up medications (to protect from teens who may be visiting) but in a way that's not cumbersome to just grab some when you need it. I prefer to keep them all in the bathroom.
I finally found a locking nutone recessed med cabinet that I may go with, but wanted to see what other ideas are out there.


Here is a link that might be useful: locking nutone med cabinet

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RE: how do you lock up your medications?

Have you seen this product? I don't own one, but I am aware of the product because I have seen my school's PTA selling them as a fundraiser. It can be installed in an existing medicine cabinet or vanity drawer.

It can be purchased through the Med Safe website.

Here is a link that might be useful: Med Safe

RE: how do you lock up your medications?

DH is on narcotics. We finally bought a small safe at Home Depot, not just to protect invited guests, but so that uninvited burglars wouldn't find out our secret and keep coming back.

It's a pain in the neck getting stuff out, but we just fill pill boxes once a week and keep a small supply of each out for emergencies.

The options above look interesting.

RE: how do you lock up your medications?

thanks guys.

susan, i did see that on one of my google searches but couldn't tell how well it worked or what kind of quality it is. do you know how people are liking them, from the fundraiser?

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