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.. As far as your back pain is concerned, it is common during pregnancy, because the ligaments in your body naturally becomes softer and stretch to prepare you for labour. This puts a strain on joints of your lower back and pelvis, which causes back pain... Pillows will give you some comfort, and whenever you will visit your gynaecologist next, inform her about the same..
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Question: Is it important that we should always sleep on our left side after 5 months... Is there any problem sleeping on our right?
Answer: there is no problem in sleeping right side but if u r sleeping at left side then blood circulation to ur baby will be more which is good for growth of baby. I'm saying this bcoz I'm having low amniotic fluid but i use to sleep on left side always that's y my dr. informed me that I'm having very good blood circulation to my baby. so dear plz try to sleep maximum time on ur left side....
Question: Is it safe for baby if I lay down on back or on right side sometimes to feel comfortable?
Answer: Hi! Sometimes its OK to feel a little relax however, Its better to sleep at your left side which increases the blood flow to your placenta and your baby gets the nutrients it needs. Sleeping on your back at 20 weeks is not a good idea, as your blood vessels are pressed by the baby, and you will nauseated and dizzy also if you have a backpain it will increase. Good luck!
Question: Hi. I feelbvery comfortable to lay on my back. I get back pain if i lay down on my left or right side. Is lying on my back advisable ?
Answer: hi dear , though as of now you are able to , as the pregnancy progresses its not advisable to sleep like tthat and hence better to get adjusted to sleep on the side , you can keep cushion or pillow to support this position and get used to it from now ..