Yes cuz im onli 9w...i do lay on my stomach but wen i roll over on my side, my stomach realli hurts from wen i was laying on it. So i juss stopped it all together. I miss it so much cuz that used to be so comfortable
I agree with previous posts as I'm 30 weeks 4days and be for I even new I was pregnant it was uncomfortable to lay on so your body will tell you when you shouldn't lay on it lay witch ever way works for you and your body only you will no whats best for you and baby :-)
I'm 33 weeks and still wake up on my stomach. I start out on my side with all my pillows but couple times when I wake up I'm laying on them. Baby still moving around just fine not painful for me. Certaintly don't do it on purpose! I'm pretty small still only gained 17#. Dunno how to not move in my sleep I guess!
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