Real facts about pregnancy

Sure, it's worth it when you see those adorable healthy faces staring back at you for the first time.
Three times as many women, about 1 in 3, will give birth through Cesarian than was reported 10 years ago. Over the course of the pregnancy, the uterus stretches from the size of a peach to roughly the size of a medium watermelon. When nearing the end of pregnancy, a woman's placenta produces more estrogen in one day than a non-pregnant woman will produce in three years.

Extra fluid and water retention can cause pregnant women's feet to grow up to one full shoe size.
Pregnant women really do experience a heightened sense of smell, which is basically the body's way of steering them away from food that would be bad for the baby. Blood flow increases during pregnancy, so occasional nosebleeds and bloody gums are common. Pregnant women and new mothers can lactate at the sound of a baby crying, even if it's not their baby.

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Comments to «Real facts about pregnancy»

  1. milaska writes:
    Possibilities of females remaining "empty" regardless of all bekah, i am sixteen years weeks and skip.
  2. Ayka18 writes:
    All but solely to the abdomen.