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6:03 AM
Question: how to remember if I took my medicine?
Since for me it is a part of morning routine when I do lot of stuff semi-automatically, I have sometimes problems to recall whether I already did. (It is more of an issue for people with serious health problems, in my case it's nothing life-threatening. Moreover, if I observe my symptoms later in the day, it's a strong hint that I most likely did not take the pills.)
Would question like this more suitable on Health SE or on Lifehacks.SE?
I see that Lifehacks site has tags health and medicine.
 
 
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8:42 AM
If this is the question in point 3, the timeline of the post shows a review queue. (It seems that you do prefer not to drag attention to a specific post, but checking at least whether there is a review in the timeline and whether others have reviewed it could add some useful information which might help potential answerers.) — Martin 3 hours ago
@Martin For multiple reasons the attention thing was a goal. This post is the one from the screenshot. — LangLangC 4 mins ago
@LangLangC If you prefer, we can deleted the above two comments that identify the post. Still, it is probably worth mentioning in the question that the post eventually appeared in the queue - I see that you was one of the reviewers.
Maybe now that we know that there is at least 15 minutes delay before the question enters the queue, this answers that part of your question...? (Although we do not know how long it was between the first close vote and you checking the review.)
 
@MartinSleziak The smaller part is some kind of privacy for the poster. And with a bit of squinting the specifics are still readable in the picture… The main points are clear in the screenshot : two hours with the post showing up in my queue.
 
Well, the age of the post does not seem that relevant to me.
The 15 minutes delay is between the vote to close and entering the review queue. (Assuming it works in the same way for close votes as it does for reopen votes.)
I am not sure whether there is some way to check when the first close vote was cast - perhaps one way would be if the first close voter checks his votes tab and looks at the time stamp. (But one users' votes tab is not visible to other users, so only one person can check it in this way.)
In any case, if you update your question to say that the question appeared in the review queue eventually, my comment does not add too much information not already contained in the question.
So - as I said - I am certainly willing to remove that comment if you think that the question should remain (partially) "anonymous".
 
9:06 AM
Going for lunch - I'll be back later.
 
@MartinSleziak Bon apetit!
 
 
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3:08 PM
@michaelpri Can you make "quick" changes to How to Ask? The first headline is doubled on the live version.
 
This one is mod-editable? That's good to know. (IIRC from the discussion on Mathematics Meta, this one health.stackexchange.com/questions/ask/advice had to be edited by SE staff.)
 
 
5 hours later…
7:54 PM
@MartinSleziak Get a pill box and fill it up with the necessary medication before each week. If there‘s no medication left for that day/time, you‘ve already had it.
Artists Impression. Benefits add up when the number of pills increases significantly
 
@LangLangC Done
 

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