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    Default 15 weeks and pain sleeping

    I'm only just in the 2nd trimester, but I'm getting pain in my belly from sleeping. It remains all day and is mainly in the bottom centre of my tummy. I'm trying to get in the habit of not sleeping on my back, and I've tried putting a pillow under my side but it doesn't help. It's worrying because it lasts all day... Any suggestions?

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    Hmm I can't find the picture I'm thinking of to show you how I sleep but basically I sleep on my left with my right leg loosely tucked up toward my belly so it's like I'm sleeping on my tummy but I'm not. It's super comfy and has stopped me getting pain (Although I get my pain in my hips/upper bum area). Might be worth a shot to see if it helps?
    Some people use heat packs for the pain as well.

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    I sleep similar to that. But do get those annoying pains in my hips as well


 

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