Can early pregnancy keep you up at night
It is estimated that as many as 75% of pregnant women suffer some kind of insomnia. The main cause of this is hormonal imbalance. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-early-pregnancy-keep-you-up-at-night ]
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- Can early pregnancy keep you up at night
- It is estimated that as many as 75% of pregnant women suffer some kind of insomnia. The main cause of this is hormonal imbalance.
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