Sleeping during pregnancy

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  1. Meredit

    Meredit New Member

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    Hello,
    I've found that pregnancy is not necessarily about good things… Aside from many other problems, it turned out that sleeping is a pain. Both literally and figuratively. I use an old innerspring mattrss, and it's sagged, and that's how I know what the problem is. What I don't know is how to fix that. I think any new mattress can solve the problem but what if it won't? Maybe, I need something specific? Something firm or something soft? Wehat do you think?
     
  2. snowbee

    snowbee Well-Known Member

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    An old unsupportive mattress won't be helping but even with a better one you may not be able to get comfortable (although it should be way better after baby is born so I would say worth changing!). How far along are you?

    I had a new mattress when we moved house and I can't believe how much better it is and I don't know how I slept on that awful old one!
     
  3. candymycandy

    candymycandy Well-Known Member

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    I'd get one that was midway in between so not too soft and not too firm! Maybe go to a bed shop and have a lie on a few and see what you think?
     
  4. SiameseCatLady

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    Have you got a pregnancy pillow? Xxxx
     

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