20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I cant sleep left side and also right side...i can sleep only straight...is it ok?

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Answer: Hi Please do avoid sleeping straight on back do sleep turning left as it helps for good blood flow for baby and helps for growth and for comfortability you can turn right for sometime but sleeping straight have risks to get cord around baby which is not safe
Answer: Hi, sleeping straight should be completely avoided as not only will increase back pain but also can cause complications. You can use plenty of pillows or even better get a pregnancy pillow to support while sleeping. This will help you to sleep comfortably.
Answer: Can u suggest the best pillow and where will get
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