I am currently 14 weeks pregnant and for the last few days have had awful heartburn. I didn't experience this untill about 34 weeks with my first. Is this going to be there for the rest of my pregnancy now? Have tried milk as it worked first time round but it's not working. Any suggestions?
I had quite a lot of heartburn around the 10-14 week mark. Then it just vanished. However as soon as I got to 20 weeks it was back again & I get it quite often now. I'm thinking this time it's here to stay!!
I had heartburn from the first trimester! I was prescribed gaviscon from doctor but instead of using it every day i switched to smaller meals and have most of my food during day now and its helped, try and drink before or after eating not during, keep upright for a while after eating and if like me it's worse at night try not to eat or drink anything apart from water 3 hours before going to bed. And if milk isn't working try switching to skimmed that will help sometimes fuller fat can make it worse
Hope that helps!
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