34 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi is it safe if I lie down straight cz m not comfortable right side or left side

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Answer: Hello mam, its better if u try to sleep on left side, as sleeping left side will increase the amount of blood and nutrients that reach the placenta and ur baby. Keep ur legs and knees bent and place a pillow between ur legs.
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