Problems sleeping during pregnancyPrenatal care - sleeping; Pregnancy care - sleeping
You may sleep well during the first trimester. You may also need more sleep than usual. Your body is working hard to make a baby. So you will tire easily. But later in your pregnancy, you may have a hard time sleeping well.
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