Factor Increasing The Risk Of Stillbirth – Part 3 of 3
Gordon and Saade agreed that it’s too early for any sweeping recommendations. “I don’t cogitate women should be alarmed” by the findings. “And a woman who has had a stillbirth should definitely not feel guilty if she slept on her back during pregnancy”. But should women sleep on their side, just to be safe? Not necessarily. That siesta position could potentially encourage a blood clot in the legs. “Women should sleep in whatever position is comfortable for them. However, if a woman has any concerns about her sleep position, experts require she should discuss it with her doctor. The study was published Jan 8, 2015 online in Obstetrics and Gynecology solutions.