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mstrauss mstrauss 8 years
I don't know what I would have done without my sleep pillow. I still sleep with it and my son is 9 months old. It is just so comfortable and it not only gave me something to cuddle with, but also gave me good neck support while I slept. http://www.diapers.com/Product/ProductDetail.aspx?productId=8318
Greggie Greggie 8 years
The sleep positions can be very individual though - if you're more comfortable on your right side, it's likely more beneficial because you'll get a better rest. My doctors through all three pregnancies didn't mind me sleeping on my back either, they all said that I'd naturally turn to my side when I needed to. But mostly I slept propped up, especially with the last pregnancy. It helped with the heartburn (which I had even with prescription strength meds, to the point where it caused heart problems) as well as keeping my arms and hands from falling asleep, which they inevitably did if I slept on either side.
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