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report/Downey_BLS_2009ATUSround2.pdf#page=17ATUSDid you take any pain medication yesterday, such as Aspirin, Ibuprofen or prescription pain medication?2008
report/Ridolfo_NCHS_2011_NHBSS HIV.pdf#page=131NHBSSWould you be willing to take HIV medicines every day to lower your chances of getting HIV?2011
report/Willson_2013_NCHS_BLOOD.pdf#page=13UBDHQAre you currently taking an antibiotic?2012
report/Willson_2013_NCHS_BLOOD.pdf#page=14UBDHQAre you currently taking any other medication for an infection?2012
report/Willson_2013_NCHS_BLOOD.pdf#page=16UBDHQPlease read the Medication Deferral List. Are you now taking or have you ever taken any medications on the Medication Deferral List?2012
report/Willson_2013_NCHS_BLOOD.pdf#page=18UBDHQIn the past 48 hours… Have you taken aspirin or anything that has aspirin in it?2012
report/Willson_2013_NCHS_BLOOD.pdf#page=50UBDHQHave you ever.. Used clotting factor concentrates?2012
report/Willson_2013_NCHS_DRAI.pdf#page=11DRAIDid she/he take any prescription medication recently or on a regular basis?2013
report/Willson_2013_NCHS_DRAI.pdf#page=11DRAIDid she/he take any non-prescribed medication or dietary supplements?2013
report/Willson_2013_NCHS_DRAI.pdf#page=11DRAIDid she/he take any non-prescribed medication or dietary supplements?2013
report/Scanlon_2013_NCHS_KENYA.pdf#page=96VAWere there any problems getting medications, or diagnostic tests in the hospital or heath facility?2014
report/Scanlon_2014_NCHS_MDSENVIRON.pdf#page=37MDSDo you take medicines on a regular basis?2014
report/Scanlon_2013_NCHS_WHOMDS.pdf#page=12MDSDo you take any medication on regular basis such as for pain, sleep disturbances or high blood pressure?2013
report/Dunston_2016_NCHS_NHISDPPQ.pdf#page=21NHISAre you NOW taking diabetic pills to lower your blood sugar? These are sometimes called oral agents or oral hypoglycemic agents.2015
report/Dunston_2016_NCHS_NHISDPPQ.pdf#page=21NHISInsulin can be taken by shot or pump. Are you NOW taking insulin?2015
report/Dunston_2016_NCHS_NHISDPPQ.pdf#page=22NHISThinking back to when you were first diagnosed with diabetes, how long was it before you started taking insulin?2015
report/Dunston_2016_NCHS_NHISDPPQ.pdf#page=23NHISSince you started taking insulin, have you ever stopped taking it for more than 6 months?2015
report/Dunston_2016_NCHS_NHISDPPQ.pdf#page=24NHISWas this only during the first year after you were diagnosed with diabetes?2015
report/Willson_2016_NCHS_PRAMS.pdf#page=23PRAMSDuring your most recent pregnancy, did you use prescription pain relievers such as Vicodin®, Percocet® or OxyContin®, Demerol® or Hydrocodone?2016
report/Willson_2016_NCHS_PRAMS.pdf#page=24PRAMSDuring your most recent pregnancy, did you use prescription antidepressants or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) such as Sarafem®, Zoloft®, or Lexapro®?2016
report/Willson_2016_NCHS_PRAMS.pdf#page=25PRAMSDuring your most recent pregnancy, did you use any prescription benzodiazepines such as diazepam or chlordiazepoxide?2016
report/Massey_2016_NCHS_ACHCN.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableDo you currently need or take prescription medicine (other than vitamins or birth control pills)?2015
report/Massey_2016_NCHS_ACHCN.pdf#page=24Not ApplicableBecause of a physical, medical, or mental health condition that has a significant effect on your health, do you regularly need or use prescription medications?2015
report/Massey_2016_NCHS_ACHCN.pdf#page=24Not ApplicableHow many prescription medications do you use for these conditions?2015
report/Massey_2016_NCHS_ACHCN.pdf#page=25Not ApplicableBecause of a physical, medical, or mental health condition that has a significant effect on your health, do you regularly need or use prescription medications, supplements or over-the-counter medications?2015