16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: While sleping m crossing my foot nd sleping, is that okay or does it changes anything.

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Answer: hi are usually you should not cross the legs and sleep it will put more pressure on jt is better to give your legs Street in case you finding it difficult you should keep pillow behave with behind on the below the legs which will also have to give you comfort
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    Rajini Goud963 days ago

    Thank you

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