10 Weird Pregnancy Facts No One Tells You About

Strange things happen to your body when you are pregnant. Since new mothers tend to worry, experienced women and medical professionals tend to gloss over the things you shouldn't worry too much about. Oddee tells you some of the things that might surprise you. For example:
Most pregnancies last for about 9 months and doctors are likely to induce labor if pregnancy goes on too long. That being said, it is possible to be pregnant for a whole year. The world's longest pregnancy lasted 375 days, strangely, the baby was only a little under seven pounds.

It certainly puts a whole new perspective on being a few weeks late, doesn't it?

If you are pregnant, ask your doctor before you start to worry about these weird things you just found out. Link

(Image credit: Flickr user ChepeNicoli)

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@Laura V I knew exactly what they were talking about, however I haven't the faintest idea what the anatomically correct term is and if they used it I'd end up looking it up in work and being unimpressed.
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It's a neat article but the words used must (or I hope were) written by someone who doesn't have a baby. I always tend to get a bit offended when a guy (or person...some girls out there are very strange) can't call female parts by their proper terms. Especially when talking about babies and pregnancy. Just reread the stitches bit and you'll get what I mean.
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