I recently was prescribed an antibiotic (doxycycline) after some dental surgery. The label gave me lots of directions about taking it on an empty stomach and drinking water, but none about not lying down. I took it and went to bed, only to wake in pain. This pain continued for four days since my esophagus was damaged by the pill breaking up and depositing pieces along the digestive tract before it arrived in my stomach. It could have been worse. Some people need to have the pieces surgically removed. But really, you should never lie down after taking any medication. Stay upright for thirty minutes and do drink that full glass of water. That concludes the medical portion of the day's blog.
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