Pregnancy Reflux: Some Tricks to Reduce Your Reflux During Pregnancy

Reduce Your Reflux During Pregnancy

Image: Ginger Tea

Pregnancy Reflux

Again, virtually EVERY pregnant woman (and many who are not pregnant) has reflux – gastro-esophageal reflux. Pregnancy reflux, or reflux of pregnancy.

Gastro-esophageal reflux. GER or GERD.

Many reasons for that, not the least of which is that growing life that is crowding out the other things in your pelvis and abdomen, including your stomach. That’s an over-simplification, of course, but let’s agree on this: if you’re pregnant, you are probably struggling with reflux.

Symptoms of Pregnancy Reflux Include:

  • burping
  • heartburn
  • sour tase
  • bad breath

There are many tips and tricks to help reduce your reflux during pregnancy (stay tuned for the boogordoctor’s eBook on this topic), but here is one that you won’t often hear:

Add Ginger

Consider adding Ginger root to your diet – either minced fresh in your food, or as a tea.
Why Ginger?
Why ginger? Ginger is a known anti-inflammatory, and it aids digestion.
BONUS: Ginger is a great natural remedy for the dreaded “morning sickness”.

What kind of Ginger?       

Try to use only fresh, organic ginger

Try to use only fresh, organic ginger.
Because ginger is a root, it absorbs chemicals that are in the soil, and you want to minimize your exposure to pesticides and other potential toxins. Especially while you are growing that new life!
In case you missed it, here is another Tip to Reduce Your Reflux During Pregnancy


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  4. Rhinitis of Pregnancy: Common Myths:
  5. So WHY Do You Have Rhinitis of Pregnancy? It’s Those Pesky Hormones:


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Russell Faust, PhD, MD boogordoctor

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