Good morning to everyone!
I am on my 17 week and started again with morning sickness! The symptoms were gone three weeks ago ... and noooooo... they came back.
Anyway, I have never ever had heartburn. I started to experience uncomfortable sensation in my throat... esophagus??? then I burp like crazyyyyyyyyyyyyy... it is so uncomfortable... are those symptoms of heartburn... sorry for being so ignorant.
What can I take... tums? I have an appointment on Wed. but maybe anyone already consulted this with her doctor.
Any hep/advice will be appreciated.
Thanks and have a restful Sunday.
Sounds to me like heartburn! Try Tums, and as an added bonus for having to take them-try the Smooth Fruit flavors with Calcium. I take two a day, heartburn or not, because they taste good and they are a good source of calcium.
Liquid Mylanta always did the trick for me, and my heartburn was awful. Doc said it was OK to take. I kept it in the fridge so the thick minty liquid wouldn't be too noxious to drink (it's pretty thick).
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