However, your baby’s bad breath might be a cause for concern if it is
persistent and lasts more than just a day or so. It could be caused by a
more serious problem.
When you order a sandwich, do you forgo most of the veggies just to add extra hot peppers? Do you hold the record at your local restaurant for eating the spiciest hot sauce? Do you make your family members cry when you serve your spicy chili?
All about Lansoprazole during pregnancy, breastfeeding and trying to conceive (TTC). Is it safe?
If you’re pregnant, you’ve probably experienced the burning sensation
that starts at your breastbone and rises to your throat. Even if you’ve
never experienced this before, this is heartburn, and it is extremely
common in women who are pregnant.
When a pregnant woman has a history of GastroEsophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)/acid reflux during pregnancy, the pregnancy can aggravate the condition, especially later in pregnancy.
Find out what's causing that heartburning sensation during pregnancy and what you can do about it.
Does a lot of heartburn mean that the baby will have a lot of hair?