Nice Mike. Ok, if you are pretty sure it is going to be bad...
Does anybody else think that it is odd that prescriptions are always for 5 days, 1 week, 10 days or 2 weeks?
Why is it that the drug companies would pick such "round numbers" for the duration of an antibiotic? Do germs have a sabbath too? Other than fingers and toes, 5 and 10 are really unusual numbers in nature.
And these prescriptions are always in nice round numbers like 10, 20, 25, 50 milligrams, etc. Why is it that 10 milligrams takes 5 days, and not 3, 4, 6, or 9?
You know if there was ever an argument for using a binary number system, it would be sexual or asexual reproduction.
So why are these prescriptions related to decimal numbers, or 5 or 7 day weeks or 30 day months?