prescribed, prescription
non-prescription (esp. AmE), over-the-counter
antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, etc.
allergy, asthma, diabetes, etc.
oral, topical
herbal (AmE)
be on, receive, take
prescribe (sb)
administer, give sb

She stopped the medication because of side effects.

adjust, change, switch

He talked with his doctor about changing his medication.

need, require
medication for

He is on regular medication for his fits.

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