March 10, 2019
How does medicine find its way to its target? So the doctor says I have myofascial pain syndrome, prescribes this medicine she says causes grogginess. She asks if I drive to work. No. In my head I imagine the question: Will this tablet directly go to my upper back where all the pain is? But the right words don't come. All I manage to compose is: Will it go away? The pain? "Mababawasan," she says. I choose to trust her. The medicine really does make me drowsy. I have better sleep now. The medicine must have found its way alright.