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Sfatiamo i Falsi Miti sulla Maternità: La Verità sui Consigli Popolari

Motherhood is an exciting period, but it is often accompanied by a myriad of advice and popular legends that can confuse expectant mothers. As experts in the field of breastfeeding products, we want to help you distinguish reality from fiction. Here are some of the most common myths about motherhood, debunked.

Myth 1: “If you suffer from stomach pain, your baby will be born with a lot of hair”

False. There is no connection between your nausea and the amount of hair your baby will have. Nausea is caused by hormonal changes, not by the baby’s hair growth.

Myth 2: “Crossing your legs is bad for the baby”

False. Crossing your legs does not harm your baby in any way. This myth is completely unfounded.

Myth 3: “You can’t dye your hair during pregnancy”

False. You can dye your hair by choosing products free of potentially allergenic or toxic substances, such as ammonia, resorcinol, para-phenylenediamine, and nickel. Always consult your doctor before proceeding.

Myth 4: “Wait until the fourth month to announce your pregnancy”

False. This is just a superstition passed down from generation to generation. Feel free to share the good news whenever you want.

Myth 5: “You can’t drink coffee during pregnancy”

False. You can drink coffee if you like, but it’s important not to overdo it. Moderate consumption is generally considered safe.

Myth 6: “You need to eat for two”

False. A woman’s body needs about 300 extra calories compared to normal to stay healthy, not to eat for two.

Myth 7: “You can’t pet cats”

False. You can continue to pet your cat safely. You just need to be careful not to come into contact with its feces to avoid toxoplasmosis.

Myth 8: “Large breasts mean a lot of milk and vice versa”

False. Milk production is related to the baby’s proper sucking and breast stimulation. Our Mamashy wearable electric breast pump features a massage function that prepares the breast for milk extraction.

Myth 9: “Having sex during pregnancy will endanger the baby”

False. On the contrary, if the pregnancy is progressing without complications, having sex can be good for the couple and does not endanger the baby.

Discover Our Breastfeeding Products

To support you best during motherhood, we offer a range of specially designed products:
Wearable Electric Breast Pumps: Perfect for active moms, allowing you to pump milk comfortably wherever you are.
Milk Collection Cups: Ideal for avoiding annoying milk leaks and keeping your clothes dry.
Milk Storage Bags: Safe and practical, they keep breast milk fresh and ready to use.
– Birth Kit: Everything you need to organize your baby’s changes with style and practicality.

Face motherhood with peace of mind and confidence by debunking myths and relying on our quality products. Learn more on our website and get ready to enjoy this wonderful adventure!

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