I still sleep on my stomach and I'm 12wks +6 so Im not sure I think its when u no longer can.
Its not a must to sleep on your side they just suggest it because you get better blood flow. Im 22w an i sleep on my back,side, belly, which ever ways comfortable.
I'm 17+4 with my 2nd child. I have a pretty big baby bump right now, but I still sleep on my stomach, with one leg propped up on my bf or a pillow to relieve some of the weight off my stomach. Left side doesn't work for me:-)
Just try to work yourself into either side. I used to sleep on my tummy every night and now I'm 39+3 and obviously cant. But at this point I can't lay on my back long at all. So just work at it. Maybe if you get a body pillow now you can train yourself lol you will want one for when your bigger anyway
Ive always been a stomach sleeper, and wondered myself when I started gettin further along and showing. Now that im 28weeks, I sleep anyway thats comfortable.
i sleep with a body pillow like im cuddling with another person... usually i feel more comfertable on my right side than my left... i try my left but i always end up moving to my right side... ill be 22 weeks tomorrow :)
i was always a sleeper i slept on my tummy til i was always 16weeks i started getting worried i was squishing bub lol so now I'm 27weeks nd sleep more on my right side with my left leg propt up on a pillow or a blanket nd get the best sleep ever lol nd sometimes i put a small pillow under my bump when I'm laying on my side to take pressure of my belly
*always a tummy sleeper*^^ oops
Im 23wks & 3days nd knt sleep on my back I feel so much pressure & can hardly breathe. I sleep on both my left & right sides wit a pillow laying flat. I start on my left but wake up in the middle of the night & turn on my right side : )
Throughout pregnancy you should sleep in whatever position you are most comfortable!! For me, at 8mos pregnant, it's still my back sometimes. Throughout this pregnancy (my 2nd baby) for a while one side would be more comfortable than the other and then it would switch. I know some say don't dare sleep on your back but I talked to a number of midwives about it and they said it is fine. If you shouldn't do it, it won't be comfy.