How to get pregnant and sleep in the fourth month

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 How to get pregnant and sleep in the fourth month

How to get pregnant and sleep in the fourth month




slept in 4 months of pregnancy


It is known that pregnancy is divided into three phases. The first stage - is the first three months of pregnancy, the second stage - is the next three months, and the third stage - is the last three months.


In the first stage of pregnancy, a pregnant woman does not require a specific sleeping position, whether on the abdomen, back, or one side. This is because the pregnancy is completely protected. Because it is located in the pelvis is called.


  • In the second trimester of pregnancy,
  •  the uterus grows in size from the fourth month, 
  • leaving the pelvis in the normal, deboned pelvic cavity,
  • which can be felt by hand. It is recommended that a pregnant woman maintain 
  • a certain sleeping position that is more comfortable and safe for her 
  • and her fetus. This article explains how a pregnant woman sleeps 
  • in the fourth month and offers some tips on how to get rid of pregnancy-related insomnia.

How to get pregnant and sleep in the fourth month


How to get pregnant and sleep in the fourth month


A pregnant woman should bend her knees to sleep on the left side and put a pillow between her legs so that it is on her back and under her stomach. This is done to alleviate the condition of the pregnant woman and remove the annoying acidity that accompanies many women at this stage. In addition, sleeping on the left side reduces pressure on the uterus on the intestines. Therefore, with increased blood flow to the placenta, the digestion process is accelerated, the tension in the feet and hands is relieved, and their swelling is prevented.


There are disadvantages to sleeping on your back. The pressure of the uterus on the intestines, thus the difficulty of digestion, and pressure on the main arteries involved in the blood supply. This makes it difficult to supply the fetus with blood, the pressure of the uterus on the liver area causes swelling of the legs and hands, and sleeping on the back increases the risk of back pain and hemorrhoids in pregnant women.


It is also not recommended to sleep on your stomach. This is uncomfortable for pregnant women, but a detachment of the placenta from the uterine wall can occur if the uterine wall leans against the anterior wall.



How to get rid of insomnia during pregnancy


As mentioned earlier, sleep in a comfortable and safe position.

  • Avoid caffeine in Turkish coffee, espresso, regular coffee, and tea. Increases the feeling of insomnia and speeds up urination. This allows a pregnant woman to get up at night and go to the bathroom.
  • Use comfortable pillows while sleeping.
  • Before going to bed, do relaxation exercises such as yoga and stretching exercises.
  • In the evening before bedtime, have a cup of anise with two teaspoons of sugar. Provides comfort and relaxation to the body.