Yes, pregnancy and GERD are not strangers. With the added space the baby takes up, stomach contents you be pushed up easier. Everyone! Please check the more official sites, which even with as much info as they have, they still can not replace a doctor's advise, a Gastroenterogical specialist. But go to internet, type in "medical information" search, go to Mayo Clinic, Merck, Medline Plus, and then enter GERD or heartburn, they will give you several sites to visit, check it out. At least pregnancy GERD if over with the pregnancy. Many people would switch places with you. Just avoid garlic, onions, bell peppers, and greasy foods, like pizza and really, really buttered popcorn. You'll actually feel better this way anyway, and the baby will get good nutritional foods. You're young, everything seems like forever, you have many beautiful days, weeks, months, years, and decades in front of you. When you wake up in the morning, just think, how many wonderful experiences and people will I have today
You have a beautilful baby on the way, what a wonderful gift!
Please be happpy, life is long, a good attitude will take you far and maybe you'll get there in good shape!