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View Poll Results: Did you have heartburn in your pregnancy? And did your DC have hair at birth?
I had moderate to severe heartburn, and my child had hair at birth. 63 38.65%
I had moderate to severe heartburn, and my child had little to no hair at birth. 33 20.25%
I had no heartburn or very mild heartburn, and my child had hair at birth. 51 31.29%
I had no heartburn or very mild heartburn, and my child had little to no hair at birth. 15 9.20%
Other 1 0.61%
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#31 of 36 Old 03-12-2007, 12:53 PM
 
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I had zero heartburn and you can see DD's full head of hair by clicking her name in siggy. (And she never lost any of her newborn hair either.)

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i had no heartburn at all and babe was born w/ a full head of hair...and still has it.
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No heartburn with any of my pregnancies. DS (5) had tons and tons of hair at birth. It was seriously grown over his ears -- he had to have a haircut at 3 months old. DD (16 months) had a lot of hair, too, just not as much as DS. Baby #3 is still baking.
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I've never had heartburn pg or not...my son was born with a full head of hair but DH and I are "hairy" people...I have thick long hair and well DH's hair is moving from his head to his back!

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I had little or no heartburn with both pregs, and both dc had hair (ds's fell out though - it grew back fast, but a different color).

My personal heartburn theory is that if you have a longer torso, you will have less heartburn, because you have more space for the uterus and less pressure is put on your stomach, etc. I have a longer than average torso (I have to buy specially sized swimsuits) and had almost no heartburn in pregnancy, even at the end. I also never had shortness of breath, I think for the same reason.
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I wish it had multiple options so I could answer for each child. I just did my first .

Mom of a 7 yr old, 4 yr old, and 1 yr old. Wow. How did that happen?
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