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Cant sleep!
Im 33weeks and 6days, lately i can hardly get any sleep its so uncomfortable. Ive tried putting pillows between my legs or behind my back and nothing works. Any suggestions?
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3197047 tn?1345772494
Same here! I sleep no joke with 5 pillows and a roll my blanket, adjust it and hug tht as well and put between my legs! My due date is next week other than holding my bby I'm excited to be able to sleep on my belly again
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2075786 tn?1342912358
Im 31+ and having extreme difficulty sleeping also....i found that keeping my room really cool helps me alot!!!!
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2089807 tn?1348066348
I havent found anything that works either. :/ I only get a few hours of sleep a night. And I get sooo ill when I finally fall asleep and I wake up hungry or have to pee two hours later. Lol and most of the time I pass out during the day and get woke up by everybody in the house. So a good nights sleep is totally not an option. Lol
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2089807 tn?1348066348
Oh and im 31 weeks.
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