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I'm 16 w 3d with 2nd child. I'm 41 and my son is 13. I have been unable to get at a minimum 4 hrs of sleep. If I am not going to the bathroom then my legs are falling asleep with that tingling feeling all the way to my feet. I am constantly tossing & turning. Any suggestions on comfortable ways to lay? I'm so tired by morning and the baby is not even here yet!
So when you go to the bathroom the tingling stops? Not sure if you're trying to make s correlation. Anyway, ask your Dr. Call them. Also try walking or swimming. Maybe yoga. Sleeping IS an issue for many though, so just keep experimenting. I get sleepless sometimes due to nausea sometimes just stress. I tend to put small pillow b/w legs...and exercise and stress reduction helped too!
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