9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am uncomfortable to sleep left right side... Its necessary to sleep left or right side ????

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Answer: But now you can sleep straight. Always sleep left side it's good for baby and u too
Answer: Not necessary you can sleep straight or oulta on stomach
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