The pregnancy is a state of grace and a time of great joy, but not only that: it is also a time when born about fear, and during which some questions are so embarrassing to not have the courage to turn them to those who should that the gynecologist.

Especially if it is a doctor who visits the expectant mother for the first time, it is not easy to ask, for example, “I can have sex during pregnancy?” Or “I got too much weight?”, Or “after giving birth what condition I’ll be down there? “. Questions that are answered then parenting.com, with an article listing the 10 most embarrassing FAQ for pregnant women.

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1. During the birth I will have, say, bowel movements?

Mary Rosser, obstetrician at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, in New York, told the American site that childbirth is not public performance. So no woman should be aware of the fact of going to the body during the push. The answer is yes, however, it can happen; If the rectum is positioned under the uterus, pushing applies pressure in that area which then empties. But there is a problem: the medical and paramedical staff is focused on the child, not the rest. And so must the mother.

3. I took too much weight?

This question, according to Rosser, must not embarrass pregnant women. Indeed, the trend of the weight of the mother should be discussed in a natural way with the gynecologist, because it is an important indicator of the health of both the woman is the child.

4. I have heard that after giving birth I will not have bladder control, is it true?

In fact, bladder control tends to decrease after birth, and during pregnancy it becomes softer as you get closer to the due date. But normally in a period of a month and a half to three months after delivery, everything returns to normal. Even in this case, Kegel exercises help to speed the recovery. Sometimes, however, problems persist: in this case, you should talk to your gynecologist.

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The pregnancy is a state of grace and a time of great joy, but not only that: it is also a time when born about fear, and during which some questions are so embarrassing to not have the courage to turn them to those who should that the gynecologist. Especially...