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Week 26: Pregnancy brain

You know the feeling when you send an email and write “please see attached” and then you forget to include the attachment? That’s what pregnancy brain feels like, except it’s all the time. Pregnancy brain begins in early pregnancy, and … Continue reading

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Week 25: Pregnant or disabled?

I’m finally ready to accept that I have a condition—it’s called pregnancy. Much like pregnancy brain, just the act of being pregnant seems to grant women immunity for certain things. So far, I’ve been automatically excused from staying out late, … Continue reading

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Week 13: Pregnancy brain—it’s a thing

I used to think that pregnancy brain was a myth that expectant mothers used as a convenient excuse. Now I wish I could tell my past self to bite her tongue, because I know firsthand that it is very real. … Continue reading

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The truth about pregnancy brain

Mental hiccups commonly known as “pregnancy brain” have become an accepted side effect of human gestation, much like swollen feet or heartburn are expected to be par for the course. Ask any current or formerly pregnant woman if she’s had … Continue reading

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