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2013-01-08
Name: Sapna When you pregnant for the first time you often hear hundreds of people advising you on so many stuff. But you surely need to cross check to understand the difference between facts and myths. Be very careful and always consult an expert or a doctor. Dont just do things because somebody told you to do so. Be cautious is what i would suggest.
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2013-01-08
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Name: Pratishtha
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Yes and these myths are more heard when you are pregnant for the first time.You ought to be extra careful and avoid these myths and not let you harm yourself in any manner.Do what you like and if you are in doubt consult a doctor.
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2013-01-08
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Name: Jaya
Subject:  Pregnant? Avoid pregnancy myths
This one is to be vouched for!I HAD TO SUFFER so much because of these myths like i had to quit coffee,and my craving for sweets was considered a symptom of a girl whereas i had a boy.So be smart and wise and think before your act.
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