For those still wanting to sleep on your tummy but boobs/tummy hurt- I am only 7 weeks, so I'm not too worried about switching to my side, yet- but I wedge a pillow under one hip and that tends to take enough pressure off my tummy so I can sleep. My boobs hurt a lot, too, but I can generally find an angle that is not bad with the pillow, too. I feel like this has been helping me gradually switch to my side.
I sleep slightly on my stomach, as my boobs are not sensitive as I have just finished breastfeeding my two year old. I put one leg up as I am finding it too uncomfortable to be completely on my stomach already. One thing I found this time is that I couldn't sleep on my back from about 6 weeks, it was awful, felt like I was about 20 weeks and got breathless - not fair!!
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