Med Manager: Organizing Medication and Giveaway

Med Manager

Med Manager has organized my medication and files! After waking from another night’s migraine, I fumbled in the dark, trying to find a medication. Shaky, confused from pain, and in need of relief. I asked my husband to help bring me medication, and he filled through bottles, not knowing which one I needed. I needed some organization.

Viva life Med Manager was given to me as a product review, and I am now an affiliate. My opinions on the case are my own and based on my personal needs. While looking through their many options, I found that the diabetic organizer would be the best for my medication storage. I have many bottles that need to be organized while also having injections and nasal sprays that aren’t in a traditional pill bottle form.

Med Manager Deluxe

This Deluxe Lockable Medication Travel Case keeps all your important medications and health information in one convenient location. The perfect organizer to help you manage your daily medications, doctor’s appointments, medical history, and more! This is perfect for travel or if you want an easy way to carry around your medications. It’s also good for daily pills for upset stomach, headaches and migraines, colds, allergies, and other over-the-counter remedies. Daily supplements and vitamins can also be easily organized.

Med Manager


  • 15 Durable Elastic Loops (Bottles Not Included)
  • Insulated Pouch For Cold Packs And Insulin
  • Double Zipper To Accommodate A Small Luggage Lock (See In Related Products)
  • 6-Pocket 5 Tabbed Color File Manager
  • Mesh Pouch For Lancets, Test Strips, Syringes (Daily Pill Organizer Not Included).
  • Dimensions 13″ X 11″ X 3.5″

Med Management

All of my migraine medication fit in the 15 stretchable loops. I had skinny bottles and huge fat ones, and they all fit. I put my shots and nasal sprays in the pouches. All the information I keep about medication, their leaflets, and articles and protocols are in the tabbed file manager on the side. If needed, the file slides out and can bring to doctor’s appointments without the entire medication case.

I originally thought I could take my case with me on trips but discovered it was too big for my carry-on. The bonus was that when I was packing, all I had to do was flip open my organizer and I could see all my meds and take what I needed. It was the fastest and easiest time I’ve had packing because of the organization. There is a travel option that is smaller and more manageable for trips.

Medication Management

I would recommend a Med Manager for personal use or help someone in need. Medication is crucial in many ways, and being organized when taking and finding them is a tool to reduce stress.

In celebration of Migraine and Headache Awareness Month, Med Manager has generously offered to GIVEAWAY one of the cases. What a treat!!!!

To enter, you must comment on this post stating what Migraine Awareness Month means to you…… additional entries to win are available through the link.

Enter to Win a Med Manager

The giveaway runs 6/10-6/18. Must be 18 or older and live in the U.S. Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter do not endorse it. An email will be sent to the winner, and a response with an address is expected within 48 hours, or a new winner will be chosen. Good Luck!

Med Manager is featured in the “best migraine relief gifts of 2019.”

Looking for another way to organize pills? Check out the PillDrill

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Sarah Rathsack

Sarah tells stories of My Migraine Life. Living life through Migraine consists of advocacy, treatment, prevention, and searching for health and happiness in a positive honest way. Her kids, husband, dog, family and friends motivate her to make a difference in the Migraine World.

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  1. Gina Butler on June 10, 2019 at 1:52 pm

    Migraine awareness month to me means that people can learn that a migraine is so much more than just a headache.

  2. Elizabeth Arant on June 10, 2019 at 1:57 pm

    MAM means letting my voice be heard and making others aware of the multiple faces of a migraine patient

  3. lisadavisbudzinski on June 10, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    Wow! I’m impressed how much storage this product can hold. Especially for those of us with co-morbidities✨????????????

  4. mymigrainelife on June 10, 2019 at 2:01 pm

    SOOOOO much more!

  5. mymigrainelife on June 10, 2019 at 2:01 pm

    Awesome! Let your voice be heard!!

  6. mymigrainelife on June 10, 2019 at 2:04 pm

    Me too! It forced me to go through all of my bottles and really focus on what I had or needed. Sometimes I auto refill things and have too much or realized I was almost out of another. I disposed of old medicine I no longer used also!

  7. Rick Phillips on June 10, 2019 at 3:36 pm

    Migraine awareness month means to me that we can learn about the many issues associated with living with migraines.

  8. mymigrainelife on June 10, 2019 at 3:52 pm

    We all can learn something!

  9. Lori White on June 10, 2019 at 7:46 pm

    Migraine Awareness Month means to me sharing the correct information with those whom don’t actually know it’s a disease and how disabling it really is.

  10. Alicia Friedman on June 10, 2019 at 7:49 pm

    MHAM, to me, means yet another opportunity to help end stigma and “get the word out.” It is a validation that we are all fighting an enemy that cannot be seen, and is immune to most weapons.

  11. mymigrainelife on June 10, 2019 at 8:05 pm

    Stating that it is a disease teaches so many!

  12. mymigrainelife on June 10, 2019 at 8:06 pm

    It’s a month to “make some noise” even though I don’t like loud things.

  13. Christina de Fays on June 10, 2019 at 9:45 pm

    Migraine awareness is so important! I’m personally trying to raise awareness of migraines in children, as my 6 year old has been experiencing them for 5 years now. Her first year of all day school was so hard, and her teacher just didn’t ‘get it’. So many Judy don’t believe this is a real problem and it is real pain for children as well as adults. I love the idea of MyMedManager. I’ve been looking into this product for my home and for several relatives.

  14. mymigrainelife on June 10, 2019 at 10:15 pm

    I’m so sorry your daughter is living like that and being treated so badly. She’s lucky to have you fighting with her! I’ll keep you all in my thoughts!

  15. reesachan on June 11, 2019 at 5:09 pm

    Oh wow, that looks pretty awesome. I know so many people who could use something like that.

    (I don’t know that migraine awareness month means anything in particular to me – most people I hang out with are fairly well versed in chronic pain and chronic illness related issues – but I’m a big fan of resource sharing!)

  16. mymigrainelife on June 11, 2019 at 9:31 pm

    Sharing is a great way to help!

  17. Seeking Serenity and Harmony on June 13, 2019 at 7:23 am

    What migraine awareness month means to me is it is another opportunity for me to hear from others helpful information. I’m new to the migraine dx and have learned a lot via various bloggers experiences.

  18. mymigrainelife on June 13, 2019 at 7:45 am

    I’m glad you have learned a lot and hope it helps!

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