Answer: Hello dear, I can understand your situation, you have habit to sleep on your side, but in pregnancy
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 between your legs.
These suggestions may not sound completely comfortable, especially if you are used to sleeping on your back or stomach, but try them out. Keep in mind that you may not stay in one position all night, and rotating positions is fine.
Hope it helped.... Take care urself....
Answer: It's ok dear, its ok to sleep on sides don't lie belly up .
When you lie belly-up, the weight of your uterus can compress a major blood vessel, called the vena cava, disrupting blood flow to your baby and leaving you nauseated, dizzy, and short of breath. The best way to sleepduring the second half of pregnancy is on your side especially left side for better flow of nutrients n blood to placenta.
Answer: It's k. Just change ur position after sometime.
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Question: M comfortable sleeping on my right side than on my left side can this harm baby
No dear it won't garm your baby it is just that sleep in your left supplies comparatively more blood and nutrients to your baby
Question: I feel more comfortable on Right hand side while sleeping,& doctors suggested to lye on left side so it is harmful to my baby please give me suggestions?
Answer: Hi dear,
Though, sleeping in left side is beneficial to you and your baby as in you it helps in preventing water retention,while in baby it is good for proper blood circulation.but no matter what third trimester moving around becomes very difficult.so sleep whichever way feels comfortable.but donot sleep on your back as it presses a large spinal nerve which could make you feel breathless and dizzyness.
Question: While sleeping on left or right side i feel some pressure on my stomach...and i don't feel comfortable. What to do????
Answer: Hi.. Dear 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.