Your Pregnancy


Most pregnant women are on intimate terms with heartburn, especially in the last few months of pregnancy, when your big bump pushes your acidic gastric juices up into your throat. It hurts. What many of us don’t know is that there is another version of heartburn that can be just as uncomfortable but does not come with the telltale burning sensation: it is called silent reflux.


Both heartburn and silent reflux (also known as

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