Heartburn At 38 Weeks Pregnant

Breast and nipple pain in breastfeeding women is sometimes caused by a thrush (candida) infection in the breast. Breastfed babies can also develop thrush in their mouths.

They’re baaack! You’re 30 weeks pregnant — only 10 more to go! Many of the early pregnancy symptoms you thought you’d put behind you may be coming back to haunt you, at least to some extent, like the need to pee all the time because your baby’s head is now pressing on your bladder, tender breasts that are gearing up for milk production.

Breast and nipple pain in breastfeeding women is sometimes caused by a thrush (candida) infection in the breast. Breastfed babies can also develop thrush in their mouths.

They’re baaack! You’re 30 weeks pregnant — only 10 more to go! Many of the early pregnancy symptoms you thought you’d put behind you may be coming back to haunt you, at least to some extent, like the need to pee all the time because your baby’s head is now pressing on your bladder, tender breasts that are gearing up for milk production.

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