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Friday, 21 July 2017

Pregnant Serena Williams Wants tips On How To Sleep At Night

Awwwww...Heavily Pregnant Serena Williams needs some tips on how to move from left to right at night.....If you have been there you will know that this moment happens to majority of pregnant women....




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    1. Hold d tummy and turn over.

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    2. Hehehehe...πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘@Bianca

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  2. Let me learn



    Oya


    @BlogLord
    @Iphie
    @TGW


    Make una tell us





    @Anonymous Orubebe

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  3. Sleep at night Bawo? You better prepare for more sleeplessness. This one is not Tennis you play during the day and sleep at night o.

    Wa wa alright.

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    1. Asin enh, she should forget sleep for th rest of her life, I used to love sleeping on my right when pregnant and up until now I have cramps on that leg when I sleep on it for too long, it's not easy, you can't sleep on your back, sides seem so difficult, I use like 5 pillows when sleeping ..,, Mehn I don't envy any pregnant woman right now

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    2. Push up, na play play you still dey do. When baby comes no sleeping again oooo.
      Ageless R, Serena go dey alright and sabi say no be tennis court she dey soon. Na lifetime and continuous match. But she will get plenty Nanny's sha

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  4. I've never been pregnant but I think I feel like she does when I'm on my period. She'd be fine but pillows help.

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    1. Babes no be the same feeling o. Menstrual cramps and pregnancy discomforts are golfs apart. No matter how bad your cramps are, it's just 5 days. Imagine carrying 10 litres of petrol strapped on your tummy and you have to carry it about? Mine is so bad, cos I always have pendulous stomach(long and heavy). If I lie on a side and want to turn, I have to lift my heavy stomach with my two hands to turn to the other side in my 3rd trimester. I sit to sleep most times. So just don't go there.

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    2. Hmmmm. Pls don't compare both situations, that's a lot of weight she's carrying, the discomfort can't be compared at all.

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    3. Ageless T, I'm not comparing both o that's why I said I've never been pregnant but I experience what she explained when I'm on my period and no I bleed for more than 5days so I know what I'm saying.
      A-Girl-Has-No-Name, I know.

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    4. Doppelganger, don't compare at all. 2 totally different situations oooo.
      That one ure experiencing is just 1% of pregnancy discomfort.
      Serena never even start to deal with heartburn that comes third trimester; that heartburn is killing.
      I wish her safe delivery.

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    5. She should buy that big 9/feet pregnancy pillow. It helps you not need to turn too much

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  5. She's having trouble turning from one side to another?

    I think it's the way she talks. She needs to learn properly.

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    1. You seriously don't understand

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    2. Jasmine.... Jasmine...you don get belle before? I can relate with her. You turn and toss until you're exhausted. You won't even know when sleep comes. Pillows help, lots and lots if pillows.

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    3. Jasmine, Jasmine, Jasmine!!!

      How many times did I call you? Your time is coming, say Amen.

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    4. No mind Jasmine, she thinks its bread and butter. Thank GOD say you be woman and will soon experience it, when heartburn joins third trimester and ure awake almost all through the night praying for the baby to come.

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  6. Stellz' it's not funny at all. To think I have to sleep with a pillow in between laps, ouch! Turning from right to left vice versa is the most difficult task. With my 1st princess I did not experience these uneasiness, but loving it epsecially when I feel kicks and jabs....lol

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  7. Will she read it on your blog? Na question oo

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    1. LOL! Its good she brought it here na so those on d 'pipe line' can learn.

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    2. Others experiencing same will learn

      Or even other intending mothers that might have same feeling when it comes, Dem go sure learn



      @Anonymous Orubebe

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    1. My dear your PCV @33 is not so bad. I've been on 30 before. But pls try and eat. Pls do. Lick menthol sweets or gums, they improve appetite.

      Safe delivery.

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    2. Yea i dont eat too, i only drink pepsi, suya and egg, but my blood level is ok, my weight 60kg close to delivery 65. the only thing that shows im pregranant is the tummy, feet, nose same as before, skin clear, energy 100%. which i can always be pregnant

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  9. Lol
    Not a funny something xpecially for pple like me dat likes sleeping upwards!
    Just endure babes.d time is almost here.

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    1. Make she endure? Abi make she dey warm up cos when baby comes no more sleep oooo, she better enjoy her sleeeeeeeep now.

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  10. Its not easy.I am in my 36th Week now turning on my side is big problem. What I do is to put a pillow in between my legs and support myself with another one around my arms. Anyone facing such discomforts can get a maternity pillow as well,they are designed for such discomfort.

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    1. And you visit the toilet many times πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. Motherhood is sweet but stressful.

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    2. I am also in my 36th week,the turning from side to side no be beans o,getting up now, that one Na story for another day.i am just counting down

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    3. That remaining 4weeks will be like a year but once you put to bed they grow really fast but just be prepared for more sleepless nights.
      Rest and sleep all you can now before baby arrives.

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  11. Eeyah. Mums are really awesome...

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    1. Yes we are




      @Anonymous Orubebe

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  12. MOST BEAUTIFUL21 July 2017 at 11:58

    Story of my life at the moment... But the feeling of carrying another human in your body is awesome!!!

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  13. It is really not easy!!! This is my first pregnancy and i always turn every night. If i sleep on my left side the baby goes and rests there and starts kicking which gives me cramps on my left leg. If i turn to the right, same thing happens after about 30 mins. That is how i have been for 2 weeks now. It is really not easy but the whole experience is totally worth it. I am not complaining.

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    1. Lol, you can't o.

      Safe delivery.

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    2. Awwwwwn... Why does your comment make me all warm nd fuzzy inside? Lol.

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  14. Sleep ke? You are just starting my dear sister....just sit and sleep when you can't turn left and right again.naso e dey,I don't want to remember this for now. Ooooooooooo

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    1. Ahaha...no be small thing o.

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    2. Lol, I feel you my dear

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  15. My sleeping has never been the same, i try different methods still I can't get enough sleep. God I am still grateful.

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  16. While pregnant I hated to sleep sideways cause normally I sleep with my belly facing the bed.It was the most difficult thing to do seriously.

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  17. While pregnant I hated to sleep sideways cause normally I sleep with my belly facing the bed.It was the most difficult thing to do seriously.

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  18. Well am not pregnant so I know not

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  19. Lol it is well I sit and sleep most nights it's not easy. But it's a beautiful thing to be pregnant.

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  20. U pipo shd stop lying about this motherhood thing 'Rocks' its a lie!!! Its a bunch of discomfort and pain + stress!!! There is no fun in it shamsham! Stop lying. The gift is sweet but d process is HELL I repeat HELLLLLL

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    1. hahaha. but if i decide to take that your child away from you, you will rather give your life up than to see that happen...that love is what rocks

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  21. Lol not a funny something....as at 30 weeks pregnant with my twins turning on the bed was hell..plus I had this pain in my right wrist that started during the pregnancy...my hubby had to use rub and massage it almost everyday...the pain disappeared after I put to bed...I also had restless leg syndrome. Your keg would be itchy, like ants biting you inside but you can't even say the point where it starts or ends...pregnancy and it's numerous drama..just get pregnancy pillow and take your time to turn or move...

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