A new “Confusion After Conception” national survey of 2,000 women who have been or are currently pregnant found that more than 36 percent of respondents feel there’s an overabundance of information shared with women during pregnancy and nearly 84 percent admit to feeling doubt surrounding the health choices they made during pregnancy.
Pregnancy can be an exciting, but overwhelming time with soon-to-be moms often looking to their own mothers to figure out the healthiest behaviors to follow. However, more than one quarter admit they received differing advice from other women they know and 38 percent noted that the information provided by their doctor was significantly different from what their mothers were told when pregnant.
That’s likely because new research is emerging constantly that they may not be aware of, especially associated with the health risks certain products can cause for mom and baby.
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