Answer: Hello! Yes, left is better to ensure that the nutrients, oxygen and blood supply is proper to the placenta and the baby. But sleeping on right doesn't mean that the supply stops. You can change sides and sleep, there is no problem in that.
Try to support your back with a blanket and lean your back on it for better support. Also put pillow between your legs. This helps to be comfortable and give you proper sleep.
Answer: I think the best point it that we all avoid our backs and bellies. I honestly am like a rotisserie chicken rotating from left to right all night long. I am just happy to sleep. As the acronym goes: S.O.S! (Sleep on sides). Women have slept successfully for millions of years with pregnant bellies, should not be too much of a worry. Just relaxe and sleep on your sides.
Answer: Side depends upon your comfort
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Question: Can I sleep right side? I feel more comfortable to sleep on right side?
Answer: U can surely sleep on ur sides and right side is fine but remember left is best as ur baby will get a proper neutrition when u sleep on left. U may take the help of pillow dear to get a proper support.
Question: I feel more comfortable to sleep on right rather then left. On left side i feel my baby's head. So , is it safe to sleep on right ?
But for normal delivery u should sleep in left side
By my experience its girl baby
Question: It is advised to sleep on left side. But i feel more back pain and leg pain while sleeping on left side. I feel comfortable sleeping on right side. Is it okay to sleep on right side?
Answer: Hi dear sleeping on right side will get pressure on your liver and spin which way hampered digestion. For some time you can sleep on your right but try to see more on your left. Hope it helps.
Question: anyone sleeping on right side?? I feel more comfortable sleeping at right side.. but I try max to sleep on left side..
Answer: Hey dear i used to switch between both d sides...
The best sleep position duringpregnancy is “SOS” (sleep on side). Even better 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