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May 9th, 2012, 11:35 PM
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I've always had really intense and vivid dreams. It's hard for my to go a night without remembering every little detail of every dream. But, since pregnancy, they've seemed to have intensified.

I have a problem where if something touches my neck in a dream, I get really bad shakes in real life. My whole body is consumed in like a seizure like state, and since I share a bed with someone, it gets bad. Now that I'm pregnant, that happens more often.

My question to you is, is that bad for baby? Can that harm him in any way? It's not something I can help, I know when they happen, I just have a hard time waking myself up. I don't want to harm Elliott in any way, should I bring this up to a doctor?
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May 10th, 2012, 07:07 AM
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I am sure it doesn't do him any damage, unless you would fall out of bed or something. A lot of people have night terrors, and in fact some people that think they see ghosts (or are abducted by aliens) are just awake in mind, but their body is still frozen from a dream. No co-sleeping for you!
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May 10th, 2012, 10:02 AM
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I occasionally have a dream like repti said, where I can see the whole room, except something isn't right, like there is a man standing there, or some kind of saw killing machine or something and I can't move. When I finally wake up I jump out of bed in a seriously freaked out state.

I'm also a sleep walker and talker.

I don't think the dreams have any adverse affect on baby. I've been this way since a child and have 2 fairly normal kids, though my oldest is showing that he may be a sleep walker.
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