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Definitely harder to sleep with a watermelon between your legs, lol. Only peeing once in the middle of the night, sometimes twice. Its just hard to even sleep on your side when the presure is that heavy.
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Momma of 8 beautiful children now. Most recent is Jerry Jr. born 11/19/12 at 37wk, 7lbs 6oz and 19.5inches and Baby Reymundo born 10/7/13 at 35w6d, 6lbs 7oz, 19.5 inches. Momma of 5 angels. New siggy to come!
Definitely harder to sleep with a watermelon between your legs, lol.
I call her a bowling ball but right there with you. I have to switch sides every 2 hours because of the sciatic pain. If not, I can't walk or move in the morning so my night is spent trying to flip every 2 hours. Thankfully I'm still on one potty break (some nights none).
Katrina, mom to 7 wonderful children on earth, and 4 guardian angels in heaven.
I flip flop all night from side to side, rearranging my pillow nest every time. Generally get up 2 or 3 times a night to pee, sometimes heartburn wakes me up. The hardest part is generally getting settled the first time...
I'm not sleeping all that great. I have to flip sides constantly because everything starts aching when I'm on one side too long. And usually I have to pee evertime I change position, so it's been rough. Hoping the end is in sight! Being over is rough!
Better in some ways, tougher in others lately. I'm only getting up once or twice to pee every night, which is better than the 3-4 times/night it was before. My hips are hurting more though, and so I find myself waking and rolling over more frequently. The biggest problem though is my hands falling asleep due to compression from all the water I'm retaining... that wakes me up a lot, and I'm always trying to hang my arms over the side of the bed to get blood flowing to them again, lol.