When getting married, you make vows to each other. These are to ensure that you are not lying to your spouse, and that you will support them in stressful times. You promise to remain faithful especially and specifically in “sickness and in health”. This is easy to say when you are healthy, but once that illness strikes it becomes a completely different story.
Some sicknesses are less severe than, lets say, a cancer. One such example is GERD syndrome which requires the use of pantoprazole sod dr to relieve the stress. It is a simple pill to take an you do not have to fret over it too much. Sure there may be few gassy and uncomfortable nights on the horizon, but you do not have too worry too much about it killing or taking your spouse away.
After it is all said and done, you would much rather have GERD than something like AIDS. Your doctor would agree. It’s also about what you are willing to cope with as well. GERD does not affect the way you live to an exaggerated degree. Sure there will be discomfort, but nothing completely life altering. Sometimes you need to grab the buckles of your bootstraps and go all-in. I never really understood that phrase, but it works well here.
After you have secured your bootstraps, it is time to look into taking medicinal pills to relieve and/or cure your ailment. The most perfect thing has been invented for you (a few years ago). Take the pantoprazole sodium 40 mg dosage and you shall see relief. If not, you need to go consult your doctor as soon as you possibly can. Something may be very wrong with your body. It may be rejecting the Protonix and sending you into an even worse condition.
Hopefully you have good healthcare to justify these medical expenses. Luckily with healthcare.gov anyone can afford healthcare. They are slightly annoying with their constant requirements, but at the end of the day they can give you cheap insurance that you would have never otherwise had.
As I always like to say, thank you for reading my incredibly humble blog on health, home and living. Stay healthy my friends. Til’ next time.