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*** Lacee [9 wks] Due March 13; Michigan 93 posts
23rd Jul
Leeesah 3 kids; Panama City Beach, Florida 240 posts
23rd Jul

Take tums. They are horrible but will help some.

Sara❥ 1 child; Sumter, South Carolina 8621 posts
23rd Jul

<blockquote><b>Quoting Laceee:</b>" I'll be 7 weeks on Friday and I'm already having some major acid reflux/heartburn issues- anything that ... [snip!] ... and its making me feel kinda sick. How can I make this better? I don't have an OB appointment until next Wednesday."</blockquote>




Milk and tums. That's what I did while pregnant. Stay away from foods that give you heartburn. For me it was lemonade, and red sauces (ketchup, spaghetti sauce, etc.)

Lady.Weiser Michigan 3638 posts
23rd Jul

Eat Granny Smith Apples.................just learn to love them, and eat as many of them a day as you need. Trust me, it works.

Live-Laugh-Love 3 kids; Kitchener, ON, Canada 7678 posts
23rd Jul

Baking soda is a natural antacid..just dissolve a couple pinches in a glass of water. Works awesome!

Lacee [9 wks] Due March 13; Michigan 93 posts
23rd Jul
Quoting ɐɹɐs:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Laceee:</b>" I'll be 7 weeks on Friday and I'm already having ... [snip!] ... pregnant. Stay away from foods that give you heartburn. For me it was lemonade, and red sauces (ketchup, spaghetti sauce, etc.)"


I've never had heartburn issues before this. I feel like anything I eat causes it :? Does chocolate milk count? Not a fan of plain white milk, lol

Sara❥ 1 child; Sumter, South Carolina 8621 posts
23rd Jul

<blockquote><b>Quoting Laceee:</b>" I've never had heartburn issues before this. I feel like anything I eat causes it :? Does chocolate milk count? Not a fan of plain white milk, lol"</blockquote>




Yeah, it should help. Unless chocolate gives you heartburn. Haha :)