I have arthritis hands and can't remove them from blister packs.
Don't you just hate them? I have several pills come like that. I have trouble with the child proofing on them, so my pharmacist cuts that out for me. I would ask my pharmacist if they can put them in a bottle for me. The alternative is to use a weekly pill box and have someone get them out of the pack for you. There is a trick to getting the pills out too. Nurses hate them whole heartedly and yet many come like that. They slow you up, unless you take something that is sharply poinedt and about the size of a ball point pen tip and poke around the pill, then you can pop them out easily.
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