29 September 2011

Myths about pregnancy bumps

In the not-too-distant past there was no sure way to establish the gender of your unborn child, and every family had it's own trick to tell whether it was a girl or a boy.


In these days of ultrasound scans it's hard to understand that 50 years ago there was no sure way to establish the gender of your unborn child. 


Considering how important it could be (think Henry VIII here), plenty of traditional methods arose on how to tell whether an expectant mom was carrying a boy or girl.  Read these 5 myths about pregnancy bumps -you may have a dim memory of older family members talking about them, or know some myths that we haven't mentioned.

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(Joanne Hart, Health24, September 2011)


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