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... I'm not getting heartburn everyday, but I do take Tums. With my first pregnancy my doctor actually suggested I take two Tums a day for the calcium since I'm not a big milk fan, so I'm pretty sure it's safe. ... (6 replies)
... it is indeed safe for pregnancy. ... (4 replies)
Tums
Jan 29, 2007
... I agree with the other poster, if Tums don't work, move on to those other ones. ... (12 replies)

Tums
May 29, 2008
... because the TUMS quit working. It hasn't happened yet this time around, but I am waiting.... ... (3 replies)
... Well, you always should call your doc to be 100% sure, but I believe anything milk based (Maalox, Mylanta, Tums, etc. ) is safe. Good luck. I had this VERY badly with my last pregnancy!!;) Tums lived on my nightstand. (4 replies)
Tums
Dec 30, 2004
... My Dr. said Tums was the ONLY safe thing to take for heartburn or gas during pregnancy. ... (5 replies)
... I called my clinic and the nurse told me I could go ahead and take my aciphex as it is a catagory B. She said Prilosec was safe too. ... (1 replies)
... is very common in pregnancy. The stomach gets all jammed up in the ribs and the acid is forced upwards. Eating smaller, more frequent meals helps and it's also safe for her to take tums and some other antacids, but she should probably check with her doctor first. Tums have helped me a lot. ... (1 replies)
Indigestion/hb
Jul 17, 2005
... Hello there! Most people take tums or rolaids if they get heartburn for a quick relief. ... (5 replies)
... sure you can take Tums. It's on my list from the Dr. of things I can take. I am a high risk pregnancy and would do NOTHING to harm this little one. ... (11 replies)
Heartburn!!!!!!!
Sep 8, 2005
... stop. I did buy Tums and took them once, I didnn't like it because I had morning sickness at the time, so the thought of chewing on berry flavored chalk made me queasy. ... (19 replies)
... I had chronic heartburn and reflux even before pregnant and there are certain stronger meds that are safe during pregnancy. My doc says Prilosec is ok and this is sold over the counter. ... (5 replies)
... I am 26 weeks pregnant and this is my second pregnancy but will be my first child. I have recently gotten a horrible cold, complete with the stuffy nose, cough with chest pains and sore throat. ... (5 replies)
Oh the heartburn
Jun 23, 2007
... and I agree with the other ladies. Zantac, Pepcid are both over the counter and are safe while pregnant. ... (3 replies)
The BLOAT!!!!!
Aug 10, 2004
... throughout my pregnancy and my friend used colace in hers. ... (6 replies)
... I too have terrible heart burn. I use Tums and Zantac 75. I used both with my last pregnancy too. I have a new doctor this time and she said they were both safe. She just had her second baby this summer and used Tums and Zantac too. ... (3 replies)
... CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!! Welcome to the pregnancy board! ... (11 replies)
... HI! I was told by my OB that it is safe for me to take this while I was pregnant. Although......sorry to say, it did nothing for me. ... (5 replies)
Heartburn!!!!!!!
Jan 6, 2005
... I have had heartburn through my whole pregnancy. I take prilosec over the counter. Tums is good for occaisional heartburn, but prilosec works different. It is for people who have HB 3 or more times a week. You take one in the morning and thats it. ... (19 replies)
... Hello ladies! I am currently 30 weeks pregnant i'm due may 7th i cannot wait it is very very exciting. But as we all know, pregnancy isn't full of sexiness ! I have been having the worst luck with heartburn and indigestion. ... (0 replies)


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