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Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that it is not uncommon for women to have difficulty sleeping during pregnancy. Two things that seem rather unusual to me are the fact that it started promptly on April 20th and that you are only 7 weeks pregnant now. I would suggest reviewing your case with your doctor to see if there could be any problems that are unrelated to the pregnancy. Hope this helps! Dr B
Ur body is just getting u ready to b a mom. Just wait till baby comes, u gonna hear the slightest breeze and up u go to check on baby. I was the same with my 2 pregnancies on my 3rd all I do is sleep now. But ur body is just getting u ready for those sleepless nights.
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