I'm normally a back sleeper but have been trying to sleep on my side as I approach the second trimester. The problem is, sleeping on my right gives me back problems because of a two year old injury, and sleeping on my left gives me jaw pain due to oral surgery last year. The advice on the internet is confusing as some say it is a misconception that back sleeping is bad, and others stand by it. Does anyone have any good info? Otherwise, I'll run it past my doc.
Re: Sleep position
Factor V Leiden Homozygous, Advanced Maternal Age
TTC #1, 5 yrs, PCOS, Femera + Ovidrel.
IUI#3 BFP, DD 5/31/2012
TTC #2, 2 yrs, PCOS, Femera+Ovidrel
Me:36 DH:38 TTC#1 since 4/2012
Me DX: Hashimotos,Hypothyroid, DOR, MTHFR, DH: normal
IUI #1-#4 BFNs and a few cancelled cycles in the mix.
- poor responder
***Suprise BFP on 6/13/13. Natural MC @6wks 3days
IVF#1 and 2- Cancelled due to no response on max stimms
FET 5/20- BFP
1st Beta- 641
2nd beta- 2166
Two Boys! Born January 2015 @36 weeks. Healthy and no NICU! So blessed!
Current Age 35, DH 33
BFP 8/2012, Miscarried 9/2012
BFP 9/2012, DS 6/2013
BFP 6/2014, Miscarried 7/2014
BFP 7/2014, DD 4/2015