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Expectant moms worry about the sleep deprivation they'll face once their bundle of joy arrives. But how about getting a solid night of sleep when you're still pregnant? No easy task, as many women discover soon after seeing those joyful two pink lines on a stick. "From the middle of my first trimester, I was waking up every few hours," says Melissa Halpern, of Brooklyn, New York. "Initially, it was constant peeing, then it was heartburn or leg cramps." But you don't have to spend nine months tossing and turning. Click to the following slides for tips on beating common pregnancy sleep stealers, trimester by trimester.
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