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    33 weeks pregnancy and no sleep need help
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    carsondd posted:
    since i've been 30 weeks it hard to sleep at night. this is my first baby, cant get my legs to stop moving i get in bed at 10 and dont fell asleep til 5 in the morning. plz help need sleep!
     
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    reb_hun responded:
    sounds like restless leg syndrome, you should probably talk to your healthcare provider about this. they might be able prescribe or give you advice on something you could do to be able to fall asleep.
     
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    saracee responded:
    Maybe try some aromatherapy? taking a warm bath before sleeping and listening to calming music always works for me. Also, no electronics one hour before you go to bed!
     
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    saracee replied to saracee's response:
    Hey again, I was thinking about your situation and browsing my favorite blog this morning. I found this cool new feature that could possibly give you tips about your sleep situation as well as pregnancy (and post pregnancy) advice: http://bit.ly/WJgBb2 I hope you find it useful!
     
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    saracee responded:
    Hey again, I was thinking about your situation and browsing my favorite blog this morning. I found this cool new feature that could possibly give you tips about your sleep situation as well as pregnancy (and post pregnancy) advice: http://bit.ly/WJgBb2 I hope you find it useful!


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