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pregnancy does cause loss of sleep, its common. it is body's way of preparing for child.. after delivery night feedings are required... you can try to get comfortable...check this out....http://app.babychakra.com/feedpost/4380
It is normal to find it difficult to sleep at this stage due to a variety of reasons
1. frequent urination
2. large abdomen so difficult to find a comfortable sleeping position.
3. thoughts of labor
4. Excitement at being a mom soon.
don't worry it will not harm your baby. Try and catch cat naps during the day to help catch up on your sleep.
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