14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi yesterday nyt I had slept on my right side will it causes any harm fr my baby plz tel me im getng scare

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Answer: Hi.. It is ok, don't worry your baby will be fine, you can sleep on your side. Sleeping on back for a little while is ok, but not longer. 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 (Maternity pillow) between your legs..
Answer: In first trimester you can sleep as you felt comfortable position. That doesn't harm your baby as your baby is very small now. Then after you have to sleep on sides mostly left side. You also sleep right side. Don't worry. Everything will fine. Hope this is helpful for you
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