Im currently almost 13 weeks and aside from my stomach feeling a bit "harder" than usual, I don't have a bump, I'm just wondering whether its okay to continue to sleep on my stomach while pregnant?
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13-12-2013 10:29 #1
Sleeping on stomach while pregnant?
13-12-2013 10:31 #2
So long as your comfortable and it doesnt hurt, yup I slept on my tummy or at least partly on my tummy all the way through my pregnancies.
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13-12-2013 11:08 #3
I slept on my tummy until it became uncomfortable, I think it was about 16 or 19 weeks. It felt like I was lying on a big concrete ball so I wouldn't have been able to get to sleep on my tummy anyway!
13-12-2013 11:20 #4Senior Member
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I'm still somewhat sleeping on mine at 17 weeks. But kind've twisted to the side a little.
13-12-2013 12:32 #5
13-12-2013 12:34 #6
I still do occasionally now at 18 weeks
13-12-2013 13:13 #7
35 weeks here and still sleeping on my tummy.
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13-12-2013 20:20 #8
I did the whole way through. As j got bigger I was slightly to my side with my belly pushed one way and it depended which was bub was lying was to what side my belly went. It is sooo much better after birth though as I discovered last night!
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14-12-2013 07:44 #9Senior Member
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When I was huge towards the end with dd I'd put one of the lounge cushions under my chest and sleep sortve on my knees. It was hell on my legs but the only way I could get weight off my pelvis!
14-12-2013 08:36 #10
I slept on my belly till about 22wks. I decided to change when everytime I did ds would boot me until I moved.
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