My Body Can't Take Pills. Is There A Patch For Ibuprophin Or Antibiotics?

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Logan Beck Says:

Buddy, I know you don't want to hear this, but you have to somehow consume that pill. You could A. Crush it up and put it in orange juice or any liquid with a strong taste (NOTE SPRITE!). B. Fess up to it, When it's time to take the pill don't fret, just say I can do this and you'll get it down. Keep trying it worked for me, and also kept me from death. Also, try and get someone who lives with you to surprisingly let you know when to take your pill. so you don't have the anticipate it all day.

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