Hazardous waste has them. Medicine bottles have them. . .and the list continues. A little over a week ago, my buddy and I were biking in the local hills and we went through some thickets. No big deal. They sting for a little bit, maybe itch a little & then in a few days you are back to normal.
Well, not exactly business as usual this time around for me. It's not uncommon for me to get chigger bites during a ride and that's what I thought I had. I went on my business trip to Salt Lake City as planned, but when I returned my legs were swelling & breaking out in sores (I will spare you the picture). So. . .it was back to the nurses office at work. She took one look at them at said,
“It looks like you have Cellulitis“. “Cell-u what”, I replied. Its a skin irritation.
Well, being the good internet person that I am, I Googled it. I came across the phrase below:
Well, I didn't waste any time heading to urgent care. I have now been on a steady regiment of antibiotics and although I am really tired & I have to take the medicine at odd hours – the alternative is far less enjoyable. Warning labels are there to help guide us & protect us. Heed them today.
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