Answer: Heartburn during pregnancy can usually be managed with changes in diet, lifestyle, and habits. Because heartburn during pregnancy is thought to be caused by pregnancy hormones, heartburn will usually go away after delivery and no further treatment is needed. Raise the head of your bed. Lay on your left side at night. Don't bend over after eating. Don't bend at the waist; bend at the knees instead. Eating yogurt or drinking a glass of milk may help ease heartburn symptoms. If you are lactose intolerant choose lactose free products. Any specific foods that aggravate heartburn should be avoided (for example, coffee, cola, tea, alcohol, chocolate, fatty or fried foods, citrus fruits and juices, spicy foods, tomato, mint, etc. Eat small, frequent meals. Don't eat so fast! Try not to drink large amounts of liquids after the last meal of the day because the more empty the stomach is at bedtime, the less likely there will be reflux of acid. Sip liquids instead of drinking large glasses of liquids at once. hewing gum may be helpful in providing relief from heartburn. Chewing gum stimulates saliva, which contains bicarbonate. The saliva and bicarbonate are swallowed, and the bicarbonate neutralizes the acid that has backed up (refluxed) into the esophagus. Ginger is as natural remedy that helps some people with an upset stomach, nausea, or vomiting try them.