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15 Completely Insane Pregnancy Myths People Actually Believe

Post by Wendy Robinson. Let me be real: I love my kids but I HATED being pregnant. The constant nausea, the giant painful boobs, and -- worst of all -- being on the receiving end of 40 weeks' worth of stupid pregnancy advice.  There is something about a pregnant woman that seems to make even the nicest people feel compelled to tell her how to live her life. From the old lady who told me not to lift my arms over my head (so I wouldn't strangle the baby) to my brother who loved to remind me not to "get too fat", there were so many eye roll worthy moments.
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