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kelly321:In short? Everything. Including things that are supposed to help fight heartburn (oatmeal, white bread, water). Actually, water is one of the worst. Thankfully my OB gave me a prescription so I can drink again. Water, I'm talking, not alcohol. And I can sleep without being propped up to about a 45? angle.
This. Even water triggers it and horrible acid reflux.
Tomato sauces, fruit, juice, pop, and water are the worst culprits for me. Laying down is actually the worst thing. Zantac is my friend.
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Just laying down seems to be my worst trigger. This only started during my 8th month. Today I woke up at 8am with horrible heartburn even though I had not eaten in 10 hours. It got better as woke up and was upright.
The worst I've had was after a meal with red sauce. I was up all night, trying to sleep sitting up and was gagging. I won't eat red sauce again until after I deliver.
Sadly - I'm starting to think chocolate might a culprit too - sigh.
But it's so bad now - that anything I eat will trigger it somewhat - but the above make it much worse.
Zantac helps. I think it's better than popping too many tums a day.
for me the question is what doesn't trigger heart burn. Its gotten 100% worse in last two weeks... doc says i will feel better after I have the baby. UGH!
I was going to say breathing, but I think this is a bit more in detail. Minus the perscription. I've pop Tums like candy anymore and I've never had heartburn until I got pregnant. I've been blessed because this sucks!