40 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi i am 35 weeks pregnant and i am taking maalish regularly now... It requires me to sleep on my back for 15-20 mins, is it ok? Hope it wont hurt my baby? I heard a nerve gts pressed....

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Answer: Dnt sleep on ur back , sit on a recliner or a sofa n take a maasage .. sleeping on ur back makes the difficult for the baby to move as ur stomach gets stretched. .avoid sleeping on ur back .. u can also take a massage while sleeping on ur side .. that is also a solution
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