Heartburn for days

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I am 4 weeks and 4 days and 2 days ago I had heartburn like crazy I literally started drinking water back to back but after those 2 days i havent had heart burn every since, just praying it dont start back, but congratulations!
I was having really bad heartburn. I took Prilosec for two days and it went away. Dr. approved it.
It seems like for the past week everything I eat gives me heartburn any suggestions?
After taking it for two days I had relief. You can take it up to 14 days at a time. I only needed it for 4 now I am fine and don't need it. FYI I am 37 weeks..heartburn picks up toward the end.
What is the best thing to take for heartburn??
14 wks 4 days prego heartburn is killing me!! Ive tried milk ice cream..tums zantac..ugh it hurts.
I'm 34 weeks pregnant and a FTM. For the past few days I've had severe heartburn. Is there anything I can do or take to ease it?
I'm now 28 weeks 4 days and although so many people have told me you get it bad in pregnancy I've not suffered from it up until now so I thought I was lucky but over the last few days I've been suffering soooo bad with heartburn. It wakes me up in the middle of the night and as soon as I've eaten I can feel it starting. Does anyone know of any remedies? Other than chugging loads of gaviscon and rennies lol.
i hate all those rennies, alkaseltzers etc, that never even work anyway and are bad for you. Almonds are very good for you and after a couple months i now hardly get heartburn. I probably have a packet a week and only when i have had a couple pints. Almonds can be found in the home baking section of uk supermarkets. When you get heartburn take a handful, grind it into a paste and swallow. That should see you through the day.
Im 14 weeks 4 days and this morning have woke up with THE WORST heartburn ever. Is this normal this early on?? What can i take for it???
Zantac worked awesome for me and my heartburn was dibilitating.... I also really liked the chewy rolaids. Good luck. I hope I don't get heatburn with this pregnancy....
Milk is not good for heartburn. It sits in your stomach and curdles and can make you vomit.
I am 35 weeks and 5 days and have been getting horrible heartburn. It will wake me up at night and I will have to end up falling asleep while sitting up. I am taking tums but they aren't really helping. Does anyone have any advice or remedies to help me out?
Tums should be OK for you to take.. also drinking a glass of milk helps me. Stay away from peppermints though if you plan to breastfeed. Apparently they can effect your ability to produce.
I just Googled this question and found out that you shouldn't use baking soda if pregnant. I'm dealing with heartburn for the lady could of days; I'm 38.
Almost every night for the last 8 weeks. Even drinking water gives me heartburn these days. I keep tums by the bed, in the car, at work...they are my best friend! But when that doesn't work, I dissolve 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water & drink it-always does the trick!
I am 52 years old male and presently under treatment for chest pain with blood pressure tablets, monomack 20mg, vastarel 20mg, lipstat (for cholestrol) and aspirin. The treatment was followed by a moderate chest pain and admission to ICU. After several tests I was under gone a stress test and classified under "Low risk patient" with unstable angina. The teratment was begun three months earlier.
Been getting some acid reflux/heart burn recently well last few days , is there any natural supplement I can take or any ideas I can use , I have taken a OTC acid reducer but I would like a natural way ..
I'm 38 weeks today & cannot sleep due to heartburn. does anyone else get like this?
I hear you... im 32 weeks and for the past few days im starting to feel like i didi my first trimester. All day at work i feel very nauseous and a constant heartburn that i feel like i keep throwing up in my mouth and burns so bad. I know it sounds disgusting but ive tried everything promising to work and so far no luck. Thursday im talking to my doc... i'll start taking some pills she said she'll prescribe me.
Girl i sure hope you are getting heartburn for the RIGHT reasons!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I usually chug Maalox..... and does it everytime!
I have just begun thyroid therapy (2 days ago, for mildly abnormal thyroid function) and already seem to feel a difference. My doc would say "PLACEBO effect!" this early into treatment, but I really do feel more alert and energized than during the past few months. We will see how the long term therapy alters my symptoms. I am hopeful!!!! Good luck on SVR, and losing the gastric problems permanently. Keep us informed of your observations.
A couple months ago I thought I was just having severe heartburn, but it turned out to be 2 duodenal ulcers and it was a good thing I went to the er because they admitted me for 5 days. Better to be safe than sorry. Of course, it could be a heart attack as well, but you're pretty young for that. Tagamet or Cimetidine are 2 over the counter meds that work well for heartburn. Only you know how much pain your in. If you can't stand it, get to the ER.
Most days i have heartburn for the whole day. It gets so bad sometimes i think im about to just start puking acid.
I get heartburn so frequently these days, no matter what I eat, how much, or how I sit. I never had it with my other 2. Being pregnant this time has taken a horrible toll on my body :/. I'm 34 weeks today and so anxious to get this over with.
It seems digestive symptoms are something we have to go through with our thyroid disease. I have Graves...had heartburn etc since before being diagnosed. Was given Lansoprazole...didnt help at all, but made thyroid worse. Zantac done nothing...nor do other over the counter antacids...I found after trying almost everything: that it feels better after eating...so small meals/snacks often,- is worse after large meals, so again small meals/snacks.
symptoms can include frequent urinating, or the feeling of it, burning while urinating, drink lots of water, cranberry juice, Pregnant women are more prone to it also.. As for heartburn, thats common too in pregnancy. You tend not to be comfortable as the pregnancy progresses due to added weight what ever posititon is comfortable take it!.Usually they say sleeping on the left side is best for baby when your further along. Ask a question any time!
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