I have this lovely issue of when I sleep on my side, the lower hand goes to sleep! Trying to fall asleep when fingers are all pins and needles is next to impossible. I have a big curvy body pillow and a buckwheat pillow that I use to support myself. Sometimes I roll partway onto my back, with my back along the length of the pillow so I'm not completely flat. This helps, but I'm worried that its not the best for me and the baby. Does anyone have any tips or ideas on how to sleep when the best position has this huge downfall?
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