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iknowwhatiknow posted:
I'm 6 months pregnant and absolutely EVERYTHING gives me indegestion/heart burn. I take antacids for it and they tame it sometimes. Is there anything that anyone can recommend for this problem? I have a appointment with the ob this coming week and will find out from him a perscription that will be safe to take with the baby but I would rather stay away from perscriptions. Please help anyone!!!
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Iknowshatiknow and Congratulations on your pregnancy!

I can relate, later in my pregnancy I woke up in the middle of the night with terrible heartburn/indigestion.

This tips may be helpful to avoid medications -

Heartburn During Pregnancy
Top 10 Heartburn Foods

Be sure to connect with other moms-to-be for more support and advice (and most likely experiencing your same symptoms) in our Second Trimester Community.

Wishing you a comfortable as it can be pregnancy,
Elizabeth
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