Heartburn is a very common symptom in pregnancy, but that doesn’t make it any less uncomfortable or bothersome. This annoying symptom can interrupt sleep and can make meal time a bit of a challenge. Many women will experience it in their third trimester, and some will experience it all the way through pregnancy. Heartburn is caused by two things; hormonal changes that weaken the esophageal muscle - making heartburn more likely, as well as structural changes as the baby grows that put additional pressure on mom’s stomach.
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