You've got heartburn.
An ounce of prevention
Slow your slurp: Taking your time when eating your meals can help you to avoid indigestion.
Just say no to trigger foods: Do your best to avoid spicy foods, citrus, peppermint, red wine, chocolate (I'm sorry), and tomato based sauces and soups.
Take advantage of gravity: Avoid lying down for at least an hour after eating. Some people find it helpful to sleep with an extra pillow to prevent late night heart burn symptoms.
When heart burn attacks
We often recommend acupuncture for the ailments of pregnancy. Studies have shown that acupuncture may be useful to treat heartburn in pregnancy.
If your heartburn is frequent and disruptive, you should discuss it at your next appointment doctor or primary care provider to discuss your options.