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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 30 November 2016 01:48 /
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By  mariri9206  |  32

I hate to break this to you but I think your doctor may have turned you into a vampire.

By  magicdust95  |  29

The medication just made you a vampire. I'm sorry OP, hope you don't have to take the medication for way too long. Edit: I see the person above me just beat me to it

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By  mariri9206  |  32

I hate to break this to you but I think your doctor may have turned you into a vampire.

By  magicdust95  |  29

The medication just made you a vampire. I'm sorry OP, hope you don't have to take the medication for way too long. Edit: I see the person above me just beat me to it

By  yerawizardlizzy  |  27

Sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat with a bill. Sun Care 101. Those should reduce your reaction and be enough for regular come-and-go events, but if you find it's still severe, go back to your doctor. But don't try to spend an hour or more outdoors if you can help it.

By  mrswombat  |  16

This happened to me when I was on Doxycycline. I couldn't even stand indirect light. Sitting in a car felt like my skin was on fire. I took it for one summer and I was miserable.

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