11 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I cant sleep on my right side or left side, keep flipping sides... I feel stomach getting bigger so need some support while sleeping.. please suggest sleeping position

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Answer: Hi. when you sleep straight your baby gets least space to move which is not good, also baby doest get sufficient blood suppy . And baby weight is also on your spine which can be harm full. So its better to sleep in your sides, it may be left or right any. You can put a small pillow under you tummy it will support your tummy and you wont feel uncomfortable also keep pillow between yoir leg it will also help. If you sleep in your left its the best position to sleep as your baby gets max oxygen, blood and nutrinal supplies. You can sleep in your right also its also considered good. But never on your tummy.
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