You might not know you’re pregnant, but the thought of not being able to control your body in pregnancy is hard.
Pregnancy has always been a scary concept for many women.
A recent study found that one in three women have never been to the doctor for pregnancy related issues.
It’s even more frightening for women who don’t know they’re pregnant or aren’t sure if they are.
“For many women, their thought of pregnancy is so abstract, they have never experienced it and their pregnancy has never been discussed,” says Dr. Jennifer P. Pascual, M.D., a clinical professor of gynecology and obstetrics and gynecologic oncology at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York City.
For some women, there are no physical symptoms that can indicate a pregnancy is imminent.
This is particularly important for women like me who are trying to get pregnant without medical assistance, says Pascu.
You have to remember that pregnancy can happen at any time, and it is always possible to be pregnant during a time when you’re trying to stay home with your child, she adds.
To avoid being pregnant during this time, Pascul recommends getting some help with managing your weight and looking after your weight.
If you are worried about not being pregnant at any point in your pregnancy, Piscual says, talk to your doctor or an obstetrician.
While it’s always important to keep your weight under control, Pescual says that women can also help manage their weight by eating more fruits and vegetables, taking more exercise, and exercising regularly.
Even though you’re worried about being pregnant, it’s important to know that pregnancy is normal and that pregnancy will happen anytime and anywhere, Puscual says.
“It is not uncommon for women to think they might be pregnant or that they might want to end the pregnancy,” she adds, adding that some women will not want to get an abortion or are worried they won’t be able to keep their pregnancy a secret.
Here are some of the things to remember when you think you might be having a pregnancy:You can’t expect your body to stop producing the hormones that make you pregnant, says Dr