I lived on these while I was pregnant after 7 months or so. They worked momentarily but I found that the relief did not last long, I saw recently they have chewables and I’d like to try those instead if I ever do need them (which I’m sure will be when I’m pregnant again).
These have helped me plenty of times when I have an upset stomach. To me they do not really taste very good but I have had much worse tasting products. It usually doesn't take very long for me to start feeling some relief from my symptoms!
These are my go-to product for upset stomach and acid-y feelings. The berry flavor is easy on the stomach when you're looking for something in the moment. These suppress my frequent heartburn and are very cost-effective, especially when the relief hits.
Tums provide relief without tasting disgusting like some of the alternatives. This product did meet my expectations and I will be repurchasing if needed. The amount of product is great for the price. I was quite satisfied.
Tums are sometimes such a lifesaver! Especially if you are on the road. They are so easy to carry around and are easy to take with you. They help a lot with acid reflux. They taste amazing as well! My husband always keeps a bottle of these with him in case he has an attack while we are out and about.
I feel like with any Tums products, I have to consume a few tablets before I get the results that I want. Also, the chalky texture isn't always pleasing when you're trying to stop heartburn. Apparently, though, I would pop these like candy if my parents didn't hide them when I was a kid.
These help great with instant relief . I also used these during and sometime after my pregnancy. Only bad thing is i was taking the times all day lole if they were skittles..only stopped the heatburn pain for a very short period of time before i needed to take more
I've only had heartburn while I was pregnant. I just don't get heartburn. When I'm pregnant I use tums. A couple containers of them! The only other brand I have used was a Kroger off brand kind and they seemed to work exactly the same. This time they weren't as chalky as I remember them being