12 Bizarre Pregnancy Myths Followed All Around The World

12 Bizarre Pregnancy Myths Followed All Around The World
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As soon as a couple gets the news of the pregnancy, people around them start instructing hundreds of myth to them. And it's just because due to the sake of keeping the mother and the child fit and healthy without any defect. The concern and care of mothers-to-be get so high for those nine months that the couple and the family even accept few weird traditions.

But, do you really think these bizarre myths have any weight and help in keeping the child and the mother safe and healthy. Well, it's still a mystery, many believe that it helps, and many think it doesn't. So, it will be wrong to say not to follow any kind folks because it's up to you how you take up the things.

Down here are few of the myths made by the people of the country for pregnant women.

1. Myth followed by Indians

1. Myth followed by Indians

During eclipse times, pregnant women are not allowed to touch anything made up of metal. They can't even touch the handles of the door.

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2. Myths followed by people of Kazakhstan

2. Myths followed by people of Kazakhstan
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Pregnant women can't have hair cuts and can't eat fish during the period of pregnancy.

3. Myth followed by Mexicans

3. Myth followed by Mexicans
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Mexican pregnant women can not wear a metal key on their neck and unveil themselves in front of moonlight.

4. Myth followed by people of Hawaii, USA

4. Myth followed by people of Hawaii, USA
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Pregnant women in Hawaii don't have permission to wear loops around their necks.

5. Myth followed by Taiwan people

5. Myth followed by Taiwan people
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No one in Taiwan can touch pregnant women on their shoulders.

6. Myth followed by Chinese

6. Myth followed by Chinese
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Chinese women are not supposed to have cold stuff during pregnancy.

7. Myth followed by Vietnamese

7. Myth followed by Vietnamese
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Vietnam's pregnant women are not allowed to watch lambs and eat small bananas.

8. Myth followed by Arab countries

8. Myth followed by Arab countries
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People of Arab countries believe that if pregnant women eat according to their cravings then, they will get birthmarks according to the food. And they can't even watch rabbits.

9. Myth followed by Egyptians

9. Myth followed by Egyptians
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Myth followed here is just opposite to the myth supported by the people of Arab countries. They think if the pregnant woman doesn't eat what she craves to eat then, the baby will be delivered handicap.

10. Myth followed by Mexican-American

10. Myth followed by Mexican-American
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In this country, pregnant women are not allowed to attend funerals. Spread the article with as many people as you can so that you can put an end to the old odd myths.