Quoting Amy JoLyn Reese:" has anyone ever heard of the mother feeling like shes going to pass out and doctor saying its becasue ... [snip!] ... is weighing more and when mother lays on her back the baby is cutting off her circulation and causing mother to feel this way?"Ive been told youre not supposed to lay on your back by my home visit nurse and i read it in what to expect when youre expecting. Then someone told me, to put a pillow under my right hip so i can still lay on my back but the baby isnt on the major veins or nerves
Quoting Mequitta Williams:" Well my circulation still gets cut off even if im laying on my side with 2 pillows in btw my legs, I dont know wat else to do or try."which side are you laying on??
Quoting Mequitta Williams:" I start on my left side bc thats wat the dr told me to do but maybe an hr or two later, I cant feel my legs and they start cramping up so I switch sides and I do that for the entire night."You'll probably have to keep switching sides, that's what I did, anytime I woke up I'd roll over if not the side I'd lay on to long would start to ache and cramp.