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Or bologna, whichever you prefer.
I don't have any problem when lying on my back and it does not seem to affect baby boy's movements. And it makes it a helluva lot easy to type.
Am I wrong?
with DS, I could lay on my back all day long, no problem.
With this baby ... it's hit or miss. I can *sometimes* lay on my back and be OK. But for the most part, if I lay on my back too long, I get dizzy and nauseous. Must be the way this baby is situated.
MDBabyMama: And I can't think of a single story about a child who faced problems at birth that ended with, "And they say the mother slept on her BACK!"
Ha! Good point!
BabyAlger... your wedding dress is gorgeous.
I wake up on my back multiple times a night and I am usually in a lot of pain. I didn't have this problem with I was pregnant with my son.
Like everyone said, your body will tell you if something is wrong.
Lying on my back is miserable for me. I just can't do it. It is the most uncomfortable position in the world right now. Now I see why they say its also the most uncomfortable way to be when you're in labor. Sometimes I lay on my back to watch tv, but I can't do it for very long. I also snore when I'm on my back, and I'm such a light sleeper that I wake myself up. Husband thinks its hilarious!
RichInLove:I can't breath well when Iie on my back... :(
My feelings exactly. And then it takes all sorts of rocking side to side to get up. :)