7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Which sleeping position is safe during the first trimester?

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Answer: Hello... Dear in pregnancy,it is better to sleep in side (SOS), usually doctors prescribe to sleep in left side , because it will provide more blood to umbilical cord,in that way your baby get all nutrientsot It is also best to keep a pillow between your legs , and knees bent.. it will provide you a good sleep.
Answer: In whole pregnancy period the side ward sleeping position is safe if possible then left side is more better you can change your side as per your need but don't sleep on back ok
Answer: Sos sleep on left side most imp so dat baby can get all nutrients as they say sleeping on left side makes ur baby grow ..pls slp either left or right most preferably left...
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