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Pregnancy: What to Expect Week 34 Digestive Problems

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October 3, 2012
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By 34 weeks of your pregnancy, you may have noticed youre having all kinds of digestive problems: burping, acid reflux, bloating. You might not even be able to eat more than a few bites without feeling really, disgustingly full. Dawn Siff has some tips for you in this episode of Parenticity: Growing and Glowing.


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