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Pregnancy can be an exciting and challenging time for expectant mothers. Here in this article, we will debunk some of the common myths about pregnancy and explain the scientific evidence behind them.


Overeating can lead to excessive weight gain and other health issues, so it’s important for pregnant women to follow a healthy, balanced diet.

Pregnant Women Need to Eat for Two

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Myth #1

Regular exercise during pregnancy can provide a number of benefits, including improving circulation, and reducing the risk of back pain.

Pregnant Women Should Avoid Exercise

Myth #2

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Morning sickness is the most common problem during the first trimester; it can occur at any time of the day or night.

Morning Sickness Only Happens in the Morning

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Myth #3

The only accurate way to determine the sex of the baby is through ultrasound or genetic testing.

Gender Prediction Based on Belly Shape

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Myth #4