Answer: Hello dear, The best sleep position is to sleep on your left side. Sleeping on your left side will increase the amount of blood and nutrients that reach the placenta and your baby. Keep your legs and knees bent, and put a pillow between your legs.
These suggestions may not sound completely comfortable, especially if you are used to sleeping on your back or stomach, but try them out. Keep in mind that you may not stay in one position all night, and rotating positions is fine.
Answer: Hi.. Dear you can sleep on your side. Sleeping on back for a little while is ok, but not longer. Sleeping on your left side will increase the amount of blood and nutrients that reach the placenta and your baby. Keep your legs and knees bent, and put a pillow (Maternity pillow) between your legs.
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Question: Hi ...i m 23 week pragnent...n feeling very less movements of babies...n sleepless nights...wat can i do?
Answer: Hello dear
Most women experience sleep problems during pregnancy.It is mainly because pregnancy can make you feel exhausted all day long. It can also cause insomnia at night.
Insomnia symptoms include difficulty going to sleep, difficulty maintaining sleep, and waking up too early without being able to go back to sleep.
Pregnancy sleep tips:
1. Maintain a regular sleep/wake cycle.
2. Exercise regularly
3. Don't take fluids at night
4. Avoid Spicy Foods and heavy meals before bedtime
5. Sleep on your left side
6. Use pillows
7. When having trouble sleeping get out of bed.
8. Take short naps during the day
It is worrisome if u are feeling ur baby movement less. There can be various reasons for slow movement of baby such as:
1. Baby is not getting enough oxygen or nutrients from placenta
2. U are having low amniotic fluid
So, if such problem occurs,u have to immediately rush to doctor or if u see baby is not moving from 12 to 24 hours u have to go and meet the doctor.
Don't worry and get investigated by ur doctor.
Question: 9 month started from yesterday.why m feeling tired week n sleepy.is it normal??
Answer: Hi, It is perfectly normal and there is really nothing you can do other than rest every chance you get. If you are working take a little nap during your breaks. It will pass in time. Hang in there. Your physical changes this week. It's still too early to see or feel your expanding uterus through your abdominal wall. You may feel occasional crampsand lower abdominal pains also. A few causes of tiredness I've found were, low blood sugar, dehydration, and (early on) your body adjusting to the new blood volume. So try eating a piece of fruit or drinking more watter.
If you are feeling a lot weakness plz visit ur doctor before taking any medication.and try to engage urself with another activities.
And one of the reasons for fatigue and sleep problems during pregnancy are changing hormone levels. For example, rising progesterone levels may partly explain excessive daytime sleepiness, Several sleep disorders can be caused or made worse by pregnancy. After delivery you will feel better, so feeling sleepy is not a big deal.
Question: I m 28 week pregnant but from 4 days i m feeling very less and slow movement of bay pls tell me everything is normal? ?
Answer: You should count the number of movements..if u feel 10 movements within 2 hrs time, it's normal. Otherwise it means movement is less..then u should get checked by gynecologist/get an ultrasound scan