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The Most Googled Pregnancy-Related Questions

Some of these are a little strange...

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8 October 2017

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The Most Googled Pregnancy-Related Questions

Deciphering pregnancy has become a lot easier, and less vague these days for a first-time mum-to-be... Now, every expectant parent has quick and easy access to our best (and sometimes worst) go-to doctor, Google.

But sometimes, even the world’s best search engine can stand hands-tied, and unable to respond to some questions.

So without further ado, here are the strangest, most Googled questions by pregnant women:

1. Did My Water Just Break?

There are many scholars and articles for “water breaking symptoms,” however, only a pregnant woman can track these symptoms and know whether her water broke yet.

2. How Can I Know The Baby's Gender From My Walk?

Old wives’ tales are loaded with gender-predicting methods that may or may not work sometimes. However, we do advise an ultrasound for a certain answer.

3. Do Body Care Creams Affect The Placenta?

Being worried during your pregnancy and for your baby is totally normal and predictable. And no, they don’t!

4. Is It Gas or Birth Contractions?

To be perfectly honest, this can be confusing sometimes.

5. What To Do If My Mother-In-Law Wanted To Be In The Delivery Room?

Such questions are better sorted out with the husband, as you can’t find an ultimate answer that suits all cases!

And here are some of the more, reasonable ones...

  • What foods to avoid during pregnancy?
  • What prenatal vitamins should I take?
  • What exercises can I do during pregnancy?
  • Is it safe to take medicine during pregnancy?
  • How to prevent and get rid of stretch marks?
  • How to sleep during pregnancy?
  • What should I expect from my first prenatal checkup?
  • Is it safe to drink coffee, tea, or wine during pregnancy?
  • Is it safe to lose weight during pregnancy?
  • Track your child's development

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