I've always been able to sleep on m right side or my stomach. When i first found out i was pregnant i wouldn't sleep on my stomach anymore and slept on my side. That lasted about a week or two of really crappy sleep and every since i lie on my stomach and am flat out.
How long have i realisticly got of this being ok? I'm 12 weeks on Monday and i'm just starting to think that i really should look at sleeping on my side again.
If not do you recon i could do something pillow wise for the time being? I mean its going to be impossible when i get to a certain size anyway.
Sleeping on your tummy is safe so go for your life until it's uncomfortable. Sleeping on your back is the only cause for concern due to a big blood vessel being blocked off by an expanding uterus. Fret not, that isn't for a while yet!
I am a tummy sleeper, i am 13 weeks now and have found i have started to grafitate to lying half on my stomach half on my side..... Though my tummy is not particularily uncomfortable it often leads to me needing a wee when i lie on my tummy ...... Not good when you want sleep.
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