i'm 32w and have been having heartburn veryyy frequently. nothing a few tums dont fix.. but i've heard that means he has a lot of hair... how true is this? i had a sono last week & he did have some fuzz on his head :)
I had heartburn like crazy with my first. And at 12 weeks prego they told me she had fuzz on her head. She had alot of dark thick hair at birth. At a month old I was making lil pig tails. She's 7 months now n I can braid her hair
I had HORRIBLE heartburn with my son. To the point if I a drank warm water it would act up! Tums would work for mayve 10 minutes if I was lucky. And he came out completely BALD! He didn't need his first haircut til he was 2 and 1/2!
I had heartburn really bad with my first, she had a little bit of hair but it all fell out, she was bald before too long:) There is no logical way that hair could possibly cause heartburn. It has a lot to do with the position of the baby, all your abdomenal contents are pushed way up and it causes reflux :/ Old wives tales are fun, but really nothing else.
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