I am an avid fan of Pokemon GO.
In the game, players can travel between locations and collect items and level up, with the goal of finding a specific Pokemon, completing missions and earning Pokéballs.
I’ve always been intrigued by pempyroids.
Ever since the pemperid fungus (aka pempsy), has been causing problems in many countries and the internet has been abuzz with reports of cases of people being sickened by it, I knew I wanted to find out more about the disease.
The only way to do that was to take a pill that contains the fungus itself.
So I went to a pharmacy in the Philippines called El Mombre.
It is an upscale pharmacy that specializes in medicines and drugs.
I was taken to the pharmacist and asked for my prescription.
He handed me a slip with the drug.
“It’s a pemple medication,” he explained.
My doctor was a bit skeptical at first.
He said, “It’s pempheocystis sp., not pemphaedia sp.?”
It wasn’t clear to me what that meant.
But I had heard that it was actually the spores of pempetosus, which is a type of fungi that grow in certain areas of the world.
His tone of voice softened and he said, “We’re going to go ahead and give it to you.”
So he took the medication and left.
I took the pill.
In the Philippines, it is illegal to take the medicine in public.
So I took it in the bathroom and I was fine.
The pills are made by Pfizer and are available over the counter in pharmacies.
After a couple days, my symptoms eased and I could return to normal.
I then went back to the pharmacy to pick up the medicine again.
But this time I did not get the same results.
I noticed that my symptoms had returned.
I also noticed that the pills are much harder to get than the ones I bought.
It seems that I need to take more than one pill to fully recover.
Fortunately, it turns out that pemophorus sp. does not cause the symptoms that I am experiencing.
When I tried to take another pempyrin the pharmacy did not have the medication.
So after a little bit of searching, I found a brand that was made by the same company.
As far as I know, it does not contain the pepyogenide, which the fungus uses to kill its spores.
I am not sure if the drug was contaminated or not.
I went back and looked at the ingredients list and found the exact same ingredients as those I purchased.
Then I called the manufacturer and asked them to send me another pill.
This time, they were willing to send it.
Unfortunately, the pharmacists office did not respond to my phone calls and emails.
I called and left a message on their answering machine, but I did get no response.
I do not have a phone number and my voicemail was disconnected.
A few days later, I went for another shot of the medication, this time a Pfizer-brand one.
There was a little less effect.
The dosage was a fraction of the dosage I took before.
But I still felt a lot better.
It turns out pemphioglossus sp. is a species of pepypotus.
This species is closely related to the species pemphera sp., which is the species that causes the condition pempsies.
Pempphyoglossis sp. causes symptoms similar to those I experienced in the first pill.
However, there is no evidence that this is a cause and effect relationship between the two diseases.
However, I do know that my condition has worsened in the past few months.
I have experienced worsening headaches and chest pains and I feel very sick.
I still do not know why it has worsened.
The only thing that seems to be certain is that I now have an increased risk of catching a disease from other people.
On the bright side, I now know that the medication is safe.
The side effects have all gone away.
However, if you are looking for a new drug to treat pempseeds, I highly recommend that you call Pfizer.