Heartburn during pregnancy.
If you're pregnant and have heartburn, you're not alone. Up to 80% of pregnant women experience symptoms in the third trimester.1 And many moms-to-be notice symptoms during the first or second trimester. Indigestion is also common.
Many women experience heartburn for the first time when they're expecting a baby. It happens when stomach acid rises up into your esophagus. Heartburn feels like a burning sensation and may cause pain behind your breastbone or leave a sour taste in your mouth, and indigestion may make you feel bloated or gassy. While heartburn is common, consult your OB/GYN to make sure you and your baby are fine. Also, ask your doctor if multi-symptom Gelusil® is right for you.