New research confirms that the risk of stillbirth is doubled if women go to sleep on their backs in the third trimester. It looked into pregnancies that ended in stillbirth and women who had a live birth. It confirms findings from earlier studies in New Zealand and Australia that, in the third trimester after 28 weeks of pregnancy , pregnant women who go to sleep on their back are more likely to have a stillbirth. Although researchers cannot say for certain why the risk is increased, there are several theories. Other possible explanations include disturbed breathing during sleep, which is worse when a woman sleeps on her back and in overweight or obese women, who also have an increased risk of stillbirth.
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The one thing every new mom worries about besides the health and well-being of her new baby, of course? A group of researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital measured how new mothers breathed during the first 48 hours after delivery. They observed the women's airflow and size of airway in three different positions—seated, at a degree angle and lying down. The doctors discovered that the diameter of a woman's upper respiratory tract increased when she moved from lying flat to being propped up 45 degrees.