I'm 35 weeks and for the last couple of days anytime I eat or drink anything I get this Nasty burning sensation in the back of my throat almost like I need to throw up ( sorry if tmi ) but I'm not nauseated at all... Idk what is going on I have not had any kind of sickness this whole pregnancy
Yep it sure is heartburn/indigestion & I've got it lol never had it this bad with my last 3 but they say when baby engages & if drink milk it helps.
Don't know I've heard that means baby will have lots of hair!
Welcome to heartburn :( its not nice at all.... ive had it bad for the past few weeks, it was only now and again before, now its every night and it wakes me up!!! I take gaviscon for mine and it works good tho i keep forgetting to get another prescription from my midwife, ive got my bf remembering for me this time lol
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