11 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello mam, i am 8 week pregnent and i am working, i want to ask u that i can't sleep in both side, i have lots of problms when i sleep what can i do???

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Answer: Try using a pregnancy sleeping pillow..
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    anjali gosavi191 days ago

    Ok thank u will try

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