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I read your query carefully.
More than half of all pregnant women experience heartburn
during pregnancy. Increased hormones and pressure from a growing fetus can combine to produce this acid reflux
symptom. In most cases, heartburn goes away after delivery.
Certain foods can make the symptoms of acid reflux worse. To lessen your symptoms, try avoiding:
Caffeinated drinks or alcohol
Spicy, fatty, or fried foods
Garlic and onions
Your first line of defense should probably be chewable antacids made from calcium carbonate
(sometimes just called "calcium" on the label).
Antacids containing magnesium hydroxide
or magnesium oxide
are also a good choice during pregnancy. These come in tablet or liquid form.
> You can take liquid suspension or tablet before meal.
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Wish you Good health.