Hey. I am sorry that you are going through this but it happens with pregnancy. I am sure that since you are pregnant with twins you def know not to sleep on your back and sleep on your left side with a pillow between your knees to keep your spine aligned. As for the breathing (especially with twins) your nasal membranes get to be swollen (like everything else in pregnancy) and that cause the congestion. I have heard that saline works well but if you can't seem to get a fix on it then definitely ask your doctor about what else you can do =)
Yeah, I have pregnant friends but most of them do not have breathing difficulties as severe as mine. I even went to a pulmonologist and he checked my lungs and said I have no blood clots or anything.
My lungs just feel so full all the time. And the area below my lungs feel heavy all the time.
I really need to find a way to sleep at night. I think my insomnia is not healthy for my babies because it is causing me a lot of stress.
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