I've always slept towards my tummy (not completely on it, but on my side kind of leaning forwards, if that makes sense). At 14 weeks it's still the most comfy position (although I think I'm going to invest in one of those pillows soon!).
My ob told me just to not lay on my back. Either side is fine
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And if you raise one knee up and out to the side, it rolls your weight into your opposite hip and gives your tummy a pocket of space!
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