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Old 08-23-2012, 10:09 AM   #1
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Still sleeping on belly?

I will be 16 weeks sunday and i can still sleep on my belly comfortably!! by 14 weeks with DS i couldnt. i am guessing that since there is more fat on my belly then last time that it acts as a cushion? LOL. im just really surprised

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Re: Still sleeping on belly?

I haven't been able to sleep on my belly for a long time since I bed shared with YDD and she nursed throughout the night, she needed easy access. But since she's in her own bed now I still don't find it comfortable, I sleep on my side sorta cuddled with a pillow, so half side/half belly? But I can lay on my stomach on the floor (while watching TV, reading books, etc.) as long as I have a pillow under my chest to help prop me up comfortably.
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Old 08-23-2012, 12:13 PM   #3
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Re: Still sleeping on belly?

I haven't been able to sleep on my belly for quite some time now, but my belly popped out fast
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i do but put a pillow under my side a bit...although i have through about 30 weeks with all of them. I am such a tummy sleeper it's crazy.
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I wish I could, but its uncomfortable. I've been side sleeping, but putting my pregnancy pillow slightly under my belly as I can feel my round ligament stretch if its not supported. I've always had low tone/loose ligaments and pregnancy..esp. this one is sending my ligaments and joints over the edge.
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Re: Still sleeping on belly?

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I haven't been able to sleep on my belly for a long time since I bed shared with YDD and she nursed throughout the night, she needed easy access. But since she's in her own bed now I still don't find it comfortable, I sleep on my side sorta cuddled with a pillow, so half side/half belly? But I can lay on my stomach on the floor (while watching TV, reading books, etc.) as long as I have a pillow under my chest to help prop me up comfortably.
This is me... after my first pregnancy, I don't find belly sleeping comfortable. Even though I used to belly sleep...
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Old 08-23-2012, 02:39 PM   #7
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Yup and I probably will for a long time. I was able to with DD until 30 weeks (no belly).
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So far yes. More like side/tummy sleeping. Its never been comfortable like that before. What am I gonna do when I can't anymore?

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I sleep on my belly too
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I try to sleep on my side with a pillow, but I always wake up on my belly anyway
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