Ah, pregnancy. Honestly, I didn’t mind being pregnant with my two children because other than gaining a copious amount of unwanted weight (which was clearly all my fault for eating the refrigerator, BTW), they were most definitely experiences that changed my life for the better. I even remember my mother-in-law saying that becoming a mother actually made me prettier as it supposedly changed my face and brought out some of my features better (one compliment that I will definitely take). Plus, I’ve learned to take better care of myself (because if the kids won’t eat their veggies someone has to) and I’m more in tune with my body’s signals and the changes it’s gone through over the years.Yet, according to one report, there are certain things that your doctor might not be telling you about your pregnancy and giving birth. I’m actually quite surprised to be hearing some of these things for the first time and could only wish that I knew about this before. Check this out.
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