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Best Body Pillow For Pregnant Women
My wife is 26 weeks pregnant and we was wondering Is it ok to have sex with her on her sTomach with a pillow under it I put no pressure on her body?
Not a good idea: The best position for a pregnant patient to have in most circumstances is to be on her side. laying on her stomach is not a good idea. ...Read more
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
Myths: Does not make difference.Get a more detailed answer ›
Safe: It is safecto use.Get a more detailed answer ›
Im 9weeks pregnant and my pelvic hurts i put a pillow to ease out the pain but if i take the pillow out the presure coms back why?
Not normal: See your obgyn as you may have an ovarian cyst or other problems and if u haven't ahd an us u need one to r/o ectopic and if u have had one and have an iud u need another one to r/o cyst or other problems and to make sure u are not trying to misc and it could be due to non OB causes so please call your obgyn now. ...Read more
Had massage on stomach used pregnant pillow didn`t have hole in the middle not comfy but didn`t hurt, bh after massage. Could pressure have hurt my baby?
Depends.: Where you are in your pregnancy, how big your abdomen is and how much pressure was put on it (and your baby), the strength and intensity of the massage, and possilby other factors all can have an impact on abdominal soreness after massage. The short answer is that if it hurt you it could have hurt your baby, though reassurance is probably more in order. See your OB and find out. No more massages! ...Read more
I am 32 weeks pregnant. I sleep on my side but without a pillow under my stomach. Is this too much pressure on the side of my stomach?
Pregnancy sleeping: Find whatever position is comfortable for you. People can use up to 1/2 dozen pillows getting comfortable. Just find what position works for you. ...Read more
Myths: No. That is a joke or a laughable myth. ...Read more
Iam 8 weeks pregnant and have a habit of sleeping with legs elevated with pillows unde the legs.Is it ok to continue the same posture?
Most likely.: Since it's important that you get plenty of rest while pregnant, you don't need to change your sleep routine right now. As your pregnancy progresses, you might find other sleep positions more comfortable. Be sure to get adequate exercise during waking hours and, if you have to get up at night, walk around a bit, to avoid pooling of blood in your legs. This helps prevent venous blood clots. ...Read more
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