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10 answers to the most uncomfortable pregnancy questions you were too embarrassed to ask


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Pregnancy might be one of the most joyful times in a woman’s life .
Your 9 months will hopefully be uncomplicated, but they definitely won’t be free from weird aches and strange smells. Whether you’re struggling with problems in the bathroom or in the bedroom, dealing with body issues or uncomfortable sensations in private places, know that the vast majority of them will pass once you’ve given birth.
So Here is 10 answers to the most uncomfortable pregnancy questions you were too embarrassed to ask

1.Why do I feel so tired while pregnant
Pregnancy is a time when you’re building a whole entire person,  is really undergoing a lot of changes to make all this new tissue from scratch. That is why women just feel so tired.
2. Is it really that dangerous to get pregnant after 35?
When women get pregnant in their late 30s or 40s, there’s a higher risk for certain complications, including birth defects, miscarriage, stillbirth, multiple pregnancy , and doctors explained that older women also have a higher risk of diabetes and high blood pressure in pregnancy.
This doesn’t mean that every person who gets pregnant after 35 will experience these problems. 
But, statistically speaking, you are less likely to get pregnant and more likely to have certain issues if you get pregnant past 35.
3. When can I start having sex after giving birth?
Doctors used to recommend that women wait until after their six-month postpartum checkup before resuming sex , but really, you can start whenever you feel ready.
Women know when they are ready to resume sexual activity 

4 .Why do I feel so constipated?
Feeling bunged up? Though extremely annoying, it’s quite common to experience constipation during pregnancy. It’s caused by those pesky pregnancy hormones again, which are slowing down your digestive system.
You can help things along by making sure you drink plenty of water, eating lots of high-fibre foods and exercising.

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