... ranitidine and omeprazole without good results. Are ther any good alternatives for Nexium?
Or you can buy the over the counter version, of nexium Granted smaller MG but that might not be a bad thing in and of itself.
Check with your doctor. My insurance is requiring a trial with Nexium 24 hr OTC, which is 20 mg. It is not working for me, or many others (check the questions here), and my dr. is appealing the insurance decision. I also have GERD & Barrettes Esophagus and failed with the other available drugs too. You can also go to the AZ & Me website. They may have a program that will help you afford the Nexium.
Perhaps you could talk to your doctor about either contesting the insurance company's denial of coverage or your doctor prescribing another GERD medication such as Protonix.
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