Pregnancy is one of the most fascinating things that every woman will experience. There is nothing like growing a human inside of your own body. Some women that already gave birth couple of times will feel like and learned more and more about the process and all of the weird (and usually normal) symptoms of pregnancy.

Like, did you know that your baby pees in the womb? And do you know where that pee goes? They drink it. Kind of disgusting, right?!

Here are 12 weird facts about pregnancy that will blow your mind!

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Yvonne Bernal
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4 years ago

Fact: Reading to your baby while it is in the womb will help with brain development.

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Hans
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4 years ago

"Echo?"

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Yvonne Bernal
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4 years ago

The fluid surrounding the baby is actually flavored by the foods and beverages the mother has eaten in the last few hours.

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Yvonne Bernal
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4 years ago

It will save on baby food, he can go right to meat and potatoes when he's born! lol

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Yvonne Bernal
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4 years ago

It might be the size of a watermelon.... but it FEELS like the size of a Shetland Pony!

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Yvonne Bernal
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4 years ago

A great reason to be thankful we only have 2 and not like some animals who have 6 or 8!! Oh MY!

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Amanda Panda
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4 years ago

Anyone know why?

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Hans
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4 years ago

In an absolutely sterile environment this does make sense...I just hope no Bear Grylls memes will surface now.

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Amanda Panda
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4 years ago

Nipple color will change too!

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Yvonne Bernal
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4 years ago

I didn't think this was a "Weird Pregnancy Fact" - I thought most people already knew this one.

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Hans
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4 years ago

Admittedly, this illustration is not really fair. ;)

It's Caturday
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4 years ago

But won't pass it? I don't get it! Do they mean generating poo?

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Ashley-Dawn Borden
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4 years ago

This isn't true. Babies start building up poo in their bowels called meconium. This does not usually pass until after baby is born. If they do poo in utero, it becomes a serious medical concern as they can "breathe" in this poo which causes a lot of issues.

Susannah Williams
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4 years ago

It is fluid,no solid

Skye Vincent
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4 years ago

It's probably just fluid

María Paz Greene F
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3 years ago

I didn't understand this. So they poop but it stays inside the womb until delivery? What if there are triplets? Wouldn't it be too much poop? I mustn't have gotten it right.

FAYROUZ MOURAD
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3 years ago

hey! where's the poop emoji?!

Jespren Ray
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3 years ago

Since apx 50% of babies are born with meconium in the fluid, this isn't really accurate. Babies start passing g meconium, the first poop, anytime around term, before or after birth.

Jeff Ash
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4 years ago

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That is really disgusting, having to sit in feces all that time . Yuk!

Jeff Ash
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4 years ago

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That's disgusting!

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Arty
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4 years ago

is there something as non sterile urine?

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