When you find out that you are pregnant, it’s common to have fears. Your mind is probably running wild with questions concerning miscarriage and proper fetal development. It is completely normal to have these fears. Not being worried about your child is something to worry about. However, there is a fine line of healthy worrying and overboard stress worrying. This article will inform you with the facts and advice you need to move forward with your pregnancy in a reassuring way.
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“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that
something else is more important than fear.”
― Ambrose Redmoon