Not sure how helpful this is but are there any side effects listed on the patient information leaflets for your medications? You will need to take them into consideration before attempting to run. Is it possible for you to have a telephone consultation with your GP? Some health centres offer this option, which is quicker for the GP if it is a minor query. The alternative is to consult an organisation like NHS Direct, although how their helpfulness does vary.
Maybe a question for one of our forum doctors?
If it is only a couple more days (ie 2 or 3), in my humble non-medical opinion I would leave training until you finish them. Another couple of days of not training isn't going to hurt, fitness wise or training wise.
I'm no doctor so please feel free to ignore what I've said
I hope your rash completely goes soon and you don't need any more medication.
Good luck with your race.
If you feel ok then run
are you over the flu tho?
There are no medications that stop you running.
There are only illnesses that stop you running.
And there is no spoon.
So says a GP
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