9 Pregnancy Myths Debunked For Good, So You Don’t Fall Down The Wikipedia Rabbit Hole
So you’re having a baby! After the initial emotions simmer down, you’re probably hit with a flood of questions. What can you eat? Can you keep dying your hair or do your roots have to run wild for nine months? Can you turn your baby into a tiny coffee addict in utero? All the questions can drive a mama insane. And while it is certainly important to do your research, you’re bound to come across at least a few of the many pregnancy myths that exist purely to add to your stress- as if you needed more of that in the first place.
And because you need your sleep, and staying up Googling your late night questions on your phone isn’t the best use of your time, we’re here to save you a little bit of worry by debunking some of the top pregnancy myths.
Some of these questions may be old news to you while some might venture into new territory, but whatever the case, they’re the answers you need to know and don’t need to stay up at night worrying about. So read on, and then rest easy- because these myths don’t have to be so mysterious after all.