Pregnancy often feels like invasion of the body snatchers. That alien inside you — also known as your baby — and the hormones that come with it cause some weird things to happen.
Dr. Jocylen Glassberg of Round Rock Specialty Clinic says women are often anxious about everything during this time. “A lot of my job is reassuring them,” she says. A lot of women are “control freaks,” she says and pregnancy is one of those times when they are not in control. Because of that, she spends a lot of time counseling women on what to expect and cautions them to not spend time at the computer “Googling.” “Google is not your friend when you are pregnant,” she says. “Just call me.”
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