Your regular sleep positions might not work during your pregnancy. Don't lose sleep trying to figure it out. Use our guide to learn how you can sleep safely and comfortably.
sleep during pregnancy
If your daytime hours are filled with pregnancy woes, sleep becomes a welcome and needed respite. We've gathered a few suggestions to help maximize those "zzz's."
Although sleeping on your left side might be the safer option, it may not be the most comfortable. Pregnancy.org moms-to-be share their sleep tips.
I am a grad student in an intensive immersion program in the health care field. I just finished my first year and have another year to go...and I just found out I'm 5 weeks pregnant. I'm 30, married to a great guy, and I'm extremely excited and ready to have a baby - in most respects, such as I'm 30, all my friends are having babies, we're financially stable, have a ton of family support, etc...
However, there are a few things I'm nervous about as well...
During the last few months of pregnancy, earlier discomforts may become more noticeable or new ones may occur. This information may help you to be more comfortable, and sometimes safer, during this final phase of your pregnancy.
Varicose veins are a common occurrence of pregnancy, usually more noticeable in the third trimester, and they tend to become more pronounced with each pregnancy. You are more likely to develop varicose veins if other members of your family had them during their pregnancies.
You may be losing sleep while you are pregnant for a variety of reasons. Insomnia during pregnancy is normal and affects approximately 78% of pregnant women. While insomnia isn't harmful to your baby, it is hard on your sense of humor and functionality. Read on for trick and tips that will get you snoozing and keep you snoozing!
Yesterday Tim and I went shopping for a pair of capris for me and ended up getting Baby Boy a bunch of stuff instead! It was so much fun though! Old Navy was having an awesome sale and we couldn't resist. Here's what we got him: