What do you do if you went to sleep in a side position, but woke up in the middle of the night and found that you have been sleeping on your back? Would your partner who is more like an octopus and has a tendency to thrash his limbs around in sleep, affect your baby in any way?
Pillows could be your new best friend and perhaps even replace your partner by having more access to you and the one you reach for more to get comfortable and cuddle up to sleep, during pregnancy! These can also be a great aid to ensure that you sleep on your side.
SOS - this is an acronym for both 'Sleep on side' and also 'Save our Souls'. But does sleeping on your side during pregnancy truly contribute to being able to save your precious baby's soul and reduce your risks of having a stillbirth?