March 10, 2019

Today is daylight savings time, which means the clock is turned forward an hour. Honestly? It kinda sucks.

When dealing with medication (especially immunosuppressants) that have to be timely, turning the clocks can confuse us. For example, if I took my medication at the usual 8:45 AM, then I’d be one hour early.

My biology doesn’t follow the American government. It won’t automatically sped up dissection of medication by one hour so it can keep up with daylight savings.

It’s a little tedious, and frankly dangerous for people with medications. One missed dose or extra dose of medication can mean severe consequences, and that’s REALLY bad.

Anyways, this is just my reminder to everyone with medications, remember to plan it out!

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