If I have, he hasn't told me! But the blood vessels in your nose are expanding due to all the extra blood in your body, so that would explain it - I have been having a lot of nasal congestion as a result, especially at night.
I've tried those nose strips a few times and they really seem to work. I think they are specifically for snoring, not sure what they're called but it's like a plaster you put across the bridge of your nose and it just stretches the airwaves a bit. You'll get them in a chemist.
There are so many crazy symptoms no-one tells you about, aren't there?
One of the more fabulous, glamorous side effects of pregnancy.
I have been reliably informed that I do indeed now snore on occasion!
Truth be told I think I may have woken myself up on occasion with the noise
don't know if there is much you can do
i have been told i have been snoring something terrible last few weeks so much so DH sleeps in spare room when he is working. it was always me having to put up with his snoring, DH did admit that if my snoring was anyway as bad as his, he felt sorry for me having to put up with it for so long
a bit harsh i thought
i have been informed on numerous occassions that i snore so loud i'd drown out the noise of a nightclub
I don't think I'm snoring but am really stuffed up! The Book (What to Expect) says to try a saline spray before bed or a humidifier in the bedroom.
On the other hand, your OH will appreciate the practice at sleeping through all sorts of noises once the baby arrives and he can put it to good use
If it's any consolation, my snoring stopped as soon as DD was born!
I started snoring when I was pregnant too - so loud that I used to wake myself up!!