Well my nan and mum keep telling me off for crossing my legs, my nan seems to think that i will squish the babys head??
does anyone else cross there legs and has anyone been told by there mw or health professional not to do it? i do it automatically, i dont even realise im doing it half the time, its some times how i feel most comfortable?
you aren't crushing your baby's head lol!! Anything that is uncomfortable for the baby is going to hurt you when you try to do it I am just amazed that you CAN cross your legs!! I have to sit like a bloke now!!! lol
I cant actually cross mine anymore due to spd, but I know what you mean about doing it automatically- my body has tried to trick me several times and it's when the seering pain strikes I realise what I have done lol...(not so funny at the time)
But you shouldn't cross your legs as its bad for your circulation, can cause/ worsen varicose veins and aid in the development of blood clots -as for harming baby directly -I dont think so, but then I am no expert.
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