It feels as though no matter what I eat I always get acid reflex at night. It's not like regular heartburn, it burns my throat and feels like there's something solid tearing it up. It makes falling asleep difficult. I try to sleep propped up but it doesn't work all the time. I'm going to bring it up with the doc at my next appointment but I was hoping maybe you lovely ladies might have some helpful suggestions for me.
i have the same thing lately i just take a tums it always helps a lot i can sleep without it try it there are safe for the baby too just dont take more then 4 a day ,by the way around were i came from they say that happens because the baby grows hair the more it hurt the more hair grows , well good luck hope it worcks for u
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