One of the Moms that I constantly talk to from my kids school said that has to come everyday to school to let her son take the medication that was prescribed by the doctor. I forgot what it was called but it is not nexium generic, I just can't recall the name she told me me. But anyway, she said that her son doesn't want to take it that's why she is giving it to him in school. It must be hard for a parent to put your kid in a medication at a young age. But if it's a need, there's is nothing really you can do but to give it to them.
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