Heart burn is one of the most common symptoms associated with late pregnancy. But that doesn't make it any less frustrating or painful for the moms-to-be who experience it. Although there are ways to cure heartburn during pregnancy, it's somewhat unavoidable as your stomach has less and less room, thanks to your growing baby putting pressure on the rest of your organs.
I was plagued by heartburn at the end of both of my pregnancies. No matter what I ate, acid reflux seemed to make my meals unenjoyable and the hours after eating uncomfortable at best. Had I known about the simple remedies that many moms swear by, the last weeks of my pregnancy might have been a different story.
Most of these remedies can be made at home, with simple, easy to find ingredients. Others are helpful for preventing heartburn from happening in the first place. Whether you decide to try out all of these remedies or use only a combination of one or two, a bit of experimentation with these at-home heartburn cures will lessen your discomfort during the final weeks of your pregnancy so that you can enjoy preparing for your baby, instead of focusing on your discomfort.