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    Ok so as the title suggests dh is a snorer which at the moment seems to be getting worse I don't know if it's because I am 37 weeks pregnant but it is irritating me more then normal. Since we only have a 3 bedroom house at the moment I have taken to sleeping on our couch which is comfy but I would much rather be in my bed with dh. He gets rather upset that I am not sleeping in with him and doesn't get/understand sometimes that unlike him it takes awhile for me to get to sleep and then being a light sleeper out doesn't take much to wake me.I can't wear ear plugs or anything as then I wouldn't hear if ds was to wake up not that he does very often as he is 5 and sleeps through the night unless sick bad dream etc. Dh recently had surgery on his nose to remove some polups (sp?) Which the doctor said should help but it had done nothing he had also just started a new job and is currently doing 12hr days which is not helping either.
    It's funny I am actually looking forward to when I have this bubs as that means 4 nights of peace for me as dh will be at home with ds. Know I will have new born to look after but at least when he is asleep so will I
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    My husband has been a snorer in the past and he could wake the whole house We switched sides of the bed and when he is really tired and snores I roll him over. Although snoring could be a sign of something wrong so may want to talk to his dr about this.

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    DH snores really bad if he is overtired or laying on his back so I usually give him a good kick and it makes him roll over.

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    **** I am not recommending you kick your husband ******

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeddie View Post
    **** I am not recommending you kick your husband ******
    I roll mine but prob shouldn't suggest it as once he went right off the bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovemyfam View Post
    I roll mine but prob shouldn't suggest it as once he went right off the bed.
    Hahah whoops

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    earplugs.
    the squishy yellow ones from the chemist

    i've been wearing them every night for years

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    Hey Tam. My husbands snoring turns me homicidal at times!!! Lol. He tried all sorts of things but the only thing that ended up working are these mouth guards he ordered online from chemist. They are $70 for two.
    It's called rip snore. It seriously works and no I don't get paid from them!!!

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    Haha thanks ladies nice to know not the only one out there. Rolling him over doesn't help as he snores no matter off he is in back side or stomach! And he is not someone who wakes very well so kicking him our nudging him in anyway doesn't work in any way.think we are going to have to go back to doctor once things settle down at his new job and with bub as well. 2013 is going to be year of stopping snoring or at least reducing

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    My DH is carving it up in the bedroom as we sleep. I sleep on my side so sometimes I go to sleep with just one earplug in (in the ear that is not on the pillow) which just muffles his snoring enough. Occasionally I sleep with 2 in and they are good because it lets me get to sleep but I can still hear dd if she wakes up, or he hears her.


 

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