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    Omg yes

    I'm pregnant & not sleeping as it is. I usually give him a shove, a poke or my personal favourite half yank his pillow out from under his head.

    If all else fails I sleep on the lounge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    Yes! Some nights I'm compelled to stab him.
    Lol me too

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    Yeah if he sleeps on his back DP does. Thankfully I'm a heavy sleeper so I never get woken up by it. He tends to wake himself up if he starts snoring.

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    Yes! My DP is a snorer and it drives me nuts. I usually kick him OR send him to the lounge. I'm a light sleeper and his snoring never stops. He is 6'5 and skinny, so I presume it's a throat/nose issue. I'm thinking about buying one of those mouth guard snore things.


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    Lol at poking him....My poor dh gets a shove He snores if he stays up late, which hasn't been very often lately. The past few nights he has been snoring like a freight train because he has been doing a few 7 day weeks in a row and he's over tired....but seriously he can fall asleep within a minute and I have problems falling asleep so Its annoying if I have just dozed off and it starts

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    My dp is a snorer and its his tonsils. He refuses to get them out!! And if he drinks a lot.

    I poke him bad and say roll over.. or I pull the quilt HAHAHA!! Now I goto bed earlier now that im stuffed since having dd & being preg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luminary View Post
    Yes! My DP is a snorer and it drives me nuts. I usually kick him OR send him to the lounge. I'm a light sleeper and his snoring never stops. He is 6'5 and skinny, so I presume it's a throat/nose issue. I'm thinking about buying one of those mouth guard snore things.


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    I was thinking of trying those too...its only bad when DH is on his back.
    Has anyonr else tried.one ? Do they work ?

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    Yes!!! It's when I want to punch him that I know it's time for one of us to leave the room. We're currently in separate rooms so I can hear the baby and get back to sleep when I go back to bed. I usually wear ear plugs even though that only dulls the noise.

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    Lol I pull his pillow as well, or yank the doona, or turn myself over making sure to bounce around. My personal favorite is to really gently touch his back, if I time it right I can make him jump out of his skin ha ha!!
    Nothing could be as bad as my BIL though, he's kept me awake when he's in the next room with his door closed. He does this pause thing followed by an echoing freight train noise, it's atrocious! I know why my sister is always exhausted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gothel View Post
    Lol I pull his pillow as well, or yank the doona, or turn myself over making sure to bounce around. My personal favorite is to really gently touch his back, if I time it right I can make him jump out of his skin ha ha!!
    You have just described what I do ... lol. I end up on the lounge most nights and really dislike him for it.

    We paid over $1k to have the anti snore mouthguard to be made by the dentist. Works!! Only thing is DH pulls it out during the night because his mouth dries out and snoring commences

    Now he doesn't use it at all as he left the manky thing on bedside table (not in the case ... just there) and the dog thought it was delicious, chewing it up.

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