Heartburn/Acidity During Pregnancy: Reasons, Signs & Treatment

By | October 29, 2020
Heartburn/Acidity During Pregnancy: Reasons, Signs & Treatment

If you’re pregnant and are facing issues like having a hard time swallowing, constant coughs, sore throat or regurgitation, then you’re probably suffering from heartburn or acidity. Heartburn during pregnancy is more common during the third semester because the growing uterus puts pressure on the intestines and the stomach. Watch this video to know how to avoid acidity during pregnancy.

Knowing about heartburn or indigestion during pregnancy plays a crucial role in controlling, preventing and treating it. Through this video, you will understand what causes acidity, what are the signs, and the treatment for it. The most important thing to know is that heartburn during pregnancy will not hurt your child or have any effect on your delivery. However, always consult your doctor before attempting any form of treatment.

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00:00 Introduction
00:30 Main Causes of Heartburn During Pregnancy
01:17 Symptoms of Heartburn or Acidity
01:41 Treatment for Acidity when Pregnant
02:45 Prevention
03:24 Takeaway

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