According to WebMD, a common myth about pregnancy is that a pregnant woman eats for two. The average pregnant woman only needs 300 extra calories per day throughout her pregnancy to promote the growth of a baby. She need... More »

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Eliminating worry, having sex daily and using ice packs to increase a man's sperm count are common myths associated with increasing pregnancy chances, according to Parents.com. Although many of these myths have some trut... More »

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Some common Halloween myths include that Halloween is a prime opportunity for bad people to poison children or sex offenders to kidnap children and that it is one of the most expensive holidays and on par with Christmas.... More »

A conception calendar can help a woman determine the best dates to attempt to conceive a pregnancy, or help an already pregnant woman determine the approximate date on which she conceived. Conception is the initial momen... More »

A pregnant woman can tell with between 80 percent and 90 percent accuracy that she is having a boy by having a medical professional conduct an ultrasound, if the technician can get a good view between the baby's legs, no... More »

What to Expect states that a pregnant woman at 37 weeks experiences many symptoms including changes in fetal activity. A pregnant woman may feel regular movements during 37 weeks, but large, constant movements do not occ... More »

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The most accurate way to determine whether a pregnant woman is having a boy is through medical procedures such as amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling and fetal DNA testing, explains WebMD. Ultrasound is also an opti... More »