A 28-year-old woman presents with a one-week history of a slightly raised erythematous lesion on her chest. She has been experiencing fatigue and joint pain since taking a walk through the woods in eastern Massachusetts earlier this month. She is 33-weeks pregnant and is otherwise well. An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) test comes back negative for Lyme antibodies. What treatment should be administered for this patient's rash? A) Doxycycline B) Cephalexin C) Amoxicillin D) Loratadine

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C.Amoxicillin

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? Amoxicillin

C) Amoxicillin

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SUGGESTIVE. OF B.. CEPHALEXIN....

Amoxicilline

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C Amoxycillin

C Amoxicillin

C) Amoxicillin

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Erythema migrans rash

Amoxicillin

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