39 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 39 weeks pregnant from 15 days I am not getting to sleep whole night ..

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Answer: Hi dear it is very normal at 39 weeks of pregnancy because you are more heavier now you are anxious about the delivery and this all things are making you a little uncomfortable and you are not able to sleep but if it is only for the babies activity at night or due to the heaviness or you are unable to turn sides while sleeping please try to use a lot of pillow on your back and try a half line position or catch sleep whenever you can.. Hope this helps!
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