Experiencing a burning feeling in your chest during pregnancy?
This may be due to heartburn or acid reflux (gastroesophageal reflux disease or "GERD"), a common occurence during pregnancy which may be encountered at any stage. Suffering from acid reflux pregnancy is not necessarily something to be alarmed about and it can be effecitvely managed through changes to your diet, lifestyle and, where necessary, through treatment by a qualified physician following a thorough assessment.
With a little knowledge, most women with fairly mild symptoms can reduce or eliminate discomfort altogether. In more severe cases where GERD is diagnosed, a physician can easily guide you through a treatment plan. AND YES, there are ways to treat heartburn and acid reflux symptoms that are safe for both you and your baby (See also: Acid reflux in babies and children) without the need for a house call doctor.
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