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7 Pregnancy Misconceptions You Might Believe

June 16, 2017
Katie Visco

How many pregnancy myths have you heard in your life? Chances are you’ve heard quite a few and chances are you’ve believed some too. Many women still have many misconceptions about getting pregnant.

For example, some women believe that having irregular periods won’t affect their ability to conceive.   However, an irregular cycle can definitely reduce your chances of conceiving.

Another common misconception is that being sexually active more than once a day will increase your odds of getting pregnant.  There is no evidence to confirm this claim, rather a man’s sperm volume lowers with each time they ejaculate.

Keep reading here to learn about more pregnancy misconceptions.  

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