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16 criticisms of mothers that you have heard many times

Did you ever do something as a mother that was later harshly criticized? Surely ... many! And it is that sometimes mothers seem to go to war with each other, although in reality we only want to defend our position. But, do you know what is most criticized of mothers? Discover the 16 criticisms of mothers that we most often hear, the most common (although there are surely many more).
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Why we have nausea and vomiting in pregnancy

Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy are one of the most common symptoms in early pregnancy, suffered by more than half of pregnant women, and sometimes, fortunately not as often, nausea and vomiting can last beyond 12 weeks, until 20, and in extreme cases, accompany the woman during the 40 weeks of pregnancy.
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Giving birth, at home or in the hospital?

The death of Australian Caroline Lovell, champion of home birth, when giving birth to her second daughter at home due to cardiac arrest is a paradox of life, one of those that attract a lot of attention and that when you find out from something like that, a chill runs through your entire body.
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Punishments

Laws Against Physical Punishment

The social acceptance of physical punishment is a fact. Hitting children is a socially accepted practice at all social levels. This social acceptance is also reflected in language. All languages ​​have words like & 39; spank & 39 ;, or phrases like & 39; a cake in time & 39; or & 39; a good spanking & 39 ;.
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Prolapse during pregnancy or after delivery

Have you ever heard of prolapse? A prolapse is the fall or descent of one or more organs of the pelvic cavity to the outside. The organs that are affected are the bladder, the uterus, the rectum, the urethra, which progressively fall towards the vagina, and if not remedied, they can reach the outside.
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