You have to remember that your medicines have a shelf life.
This means that you can’t simply take the medicine off the shelf and have it in your hand by the end of the day.
You need to look up the dosage on the medicine’s label and see if you need to take the pill or take the active ingredient in the medicine.
For example, you may take an antibiotic and still need to do an overnight fast if you have a cough.
The active ingredient, called salicylates, must be taken in doses that don’t exceed the recommended dose.
The medication is usually given in pill form, but you can also take a tablet or a capsule.
Here are some tips to help you find the correct dose for your condition.