We're compiling a list of all the events and milestones that our members like to keep track of in their lives. For instance, most of us like to keep track of birthdays of family and friends. Parents like to keep a record of when their children hit milestones, such as rolling over, first words, walking, cutting a tooth. And, many of us keep track of our medications, treatments and doctors visits. Members of our Breast Cancer community like to share with others when they have been "Cancer Free" for six months, a year, two years, and on.
Think about what you like to keep track of and milestones you like to share with your family and friends and post them here in this thread. I bet you all keep track of a lot of things our staff would never think of!
Consider calling your OB office and ask them what they would suggest. WebMD has some information that might help with controlling the symptoms: Treatment for GERD and Heartburn Please let me know if you need more information.View Thread
Consider calling your daughter's OB office and ask them what they would suggest. WebMD has some information that might help with controlling the symptoms: Treatment for GERD and Heartburn Please let me know if you need more information.
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