Woke up on my stomach at 20weeks. It was painfull. Is the baby OK?
Yeah, I woke up on my stomach today and I am really surprised how I managed to roll on it as it is huge. It was very uncomfortable and painful hence I woke up. Now I am sitting and waiting for baby to wiggle so I know he/she is ok. But it is quite. What do you think? Did the nature protected my baby?
I did the same thing last night. It didn't hurt or anything, but she was super quiet. SHe usually kicks all night and all morning. She's only just woken up now, and her movements are gentle, but I've finally felt her wiggle. I'm sure your LO is okay!
Don't worry, the baby is very cushoined by the fluid so won't have bene squashed! The soreness will be from extra ligaments stretching so your body could move the pressure around without baby feeling it.
I go to bed on my stomach every night. It wont harm the bubba. You should maybe get your pain checked if it continues but I doubt the 2 are connected unless you have turned too quickly and its round ligament pain (I get that quite alot when moving around in bed) x
Hmm, it is almost a lunchtime but I did not feel the baby moving. I think he/she should be alright but it will be reassuring to feel some movements. I know they have quite days too but out of all days I need him to move today.
i am sure its ok hun! i still can lay on my belly and its totally fine! when i cant sleep i lay on my belly as i know i can def fall asleep like that! i was told by midwife that u can not squash them or hurt them by doing so! its about how comfy u are.
Especially at 20 weeks there is still room and lots of cushioning if baby was that squished I highly doubt they'd let u sleep as they would be booting u all night!try hugging a pillow I still do that now and it completely stops me and is so comfortable as well
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