8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hello all.. I am 8 week pregnent, 3-4 din phle tk mei left karwat soti thi to comfortable lgta tha.. abhi 2 rat se seedhe sona pdta hai.. left ya right side uncomfortable ho rha hai.. kya ye normal hai..? sleeping position

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Answer: Doctor recommend sleeping on your left hand side. This position prevents the heavy uterus putting pressure on your liver, and continues to allow the baby to receive the right amount of nutrients and oxygen through the placenta. In fact, not only does this position not restrict blood flow, it actually improves circulation which means your body won't have to work as hard to ensure you have optimal blood flow for you and your baby. you can change side time to time.
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