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    indigestion and belging in forth month of my pregnancy
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    opesynene posted:
    good day,

    i am in my second trimester of my pregnancy, but i notice that i still have indigestion and i belge alot throughout the whole day which is making me very uncomfortable.

    i try as much as possible to take lots of water, even with that it is not helping me at all. each time i belge, it comes with a sound from my stomach and i get uncomfortable

    Also, i noticed that i still vomit even till now.

    What can i do to easy the belging.
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    ma9410 responded:
    Do you get heartburn with this too? If so, try drinking some milk. I took tums once for my heartburn with my first pregnancy, but I found milk to be a much better option. Sorry if this wasn't helpful.


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