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Human beings have their own set of beliefs many of which often have no base. They are mere beliefs been followed or trusted without any factual authentication. These thoughts exist in every sphere of life.
And when we talk of pregnancy then these beliefs are just endless. Here let us discuss some of the common pregnancy beliefs and also understand the real fact behind. Have a look:
False: Positive attitude and right contractions make it easy to bear pain. During labor, woman loses her conscious owing to medications. It’s a natural process and nature plays its role where in women lose their consciousness.
False: This is a very common myth. During your 9 months it is very essential to have a healthy diet and eat well, but that doesn’t mean you eat for two. As the fetus develops, it needs proper food for its development and the baby consumes major part of the food. Thus if you haven’t eaten well you may feel weak and tired.
False: The delivery need not always be a caesarean; it can be a normal one as well if the cord is loosely wrapped around the neck of the baby during birth.
False: In only about 4%-5% cases, labor starts on the anticipated due date. In about 80% of cases it is two weeks prior or one week later on. 10% of cases are in 42 weeks whereas only about 4%-5% deliver at 43 plus weeks.