Gavin had a rough night

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Gavin went to bed, not feeling well. His stomach was upset, and it took him quite awhile to fall asleep. We tried getting him to let us put a fan in his room, and he still didn’t want it. 

I don’t think the heat is the issue, I’m leaning towards reflux again. He seems to be struggling with that lately. We have to be careful what he eats, although nothing is consistently causing him problems. 

Tums seemed to help him enough to allow him to fall asleep. If it hadn’t, we would have moved to Zofran, but we try to help him work through it without hardcore meds. 

It worked because he’s sleeping. I’ve checked on him a few times and he’s out like a light. 



Hopefully, he’ll be feeling better in the morning… 

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Have you tried Pepcid AC for the acid problems? It was a lifesaver for me during chemo. I was having to chew Tums about every 10 minutes before my doctor told me to get some Pepcid. I also had a prescription version, but I didn’t like the side effects.

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Have you tried Pepcid AC for the acid problems? It was a lifesaver for me during chemo. I was having to chew Tums about every 10 minutes before my doctor told me to get some Pepcid. I also had a prescription version, but I didn’t like the side effects.

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Sorry for the delay Kim. I wasn’t ignoring you.. I’m just getting caught up.. ☺

He actually needs to be back on Nexium but insurance is fighting us, even with a prior authorization. They have had us try four other meds, none of which has worked.

They’ve spent several hundred dollars on meds that don’t work, instead ofn$40 for the one that does…

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Actually, I don’t know how much it is for sure, but I would guess it would be cheaper than what they’ve already spent.