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    Teaspoon of bicarb in water skulled. Works amazingly.

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    I avoided tomato based sauces, mandarins and oranges - all set me off. I propped myself up on 2 pillows to sleep and kept taking Rennies. They are all safe, just don't exceed the maximum dose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bun View Post
    I used fruit tingles
    This! I devoured so many while pregnant. Best lolly ever!

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    Rennies, Quickeze, and Mylanta all stopped working for me. My MW suggested ranitidine, which is Zantac, and i've not looked back! You can get them at most supermarkets, and they last 12 hours. My reflux/heartburn was so bad i couldn't lay down in bed, and no matter what i ate or avoided eating i still seemed to get it. Have just had some toast with jam, and am now waiting for the Zantac to kick in cos i feel gross already!

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    camomile tea helps me when its bad. I had it so bad with DS i was on ranitidine. This time around its only been a few times and the tea helps perfectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaspat24 View Post
    camomile tea helps me when its bad. I had it so bad with DS i was on ranitidine. This time around its only been a few times and the tea helps perfectly.
    I second the tea. There is also a spearmint and camomile tea (twinnings) that I found really helped too and tastes a little bit nicer than just camomile.

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    Thanks again for all the advice. I'll give anything and everything a try.

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    I used rennie tablets in my first pregnancy and this time I have used manuka honey, it works by neutralising the stomach acid and it's great for the immune system as well.

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    I started off on gaviscon/mylanta, then moved on to Zantac and finally omeprazole/losec, my favourite thing ever while I was pregnant


 

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