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Why Googling During Your Pregnancy Will Drive You Nuts (and what to do instead)

Is your internet search history filled with questions about your high-risk pregnancy?

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Having a high-risk pregnancy means you have to learn a brand new language of medical terminology, which can be scary and overwhelming.

It's very common for moms with pregnancy complications to make a beeline to the internet to find out what their latest diagnosis means for them, their baby and the rest of the pregnancy.

You start googling and your simple question has spawned 10 follow-up questions and you still have no good answers.

You scour the depths of the internet, join online forums and Facebook groups for high-risk moms desperately looking for answers....for hope.

The longer and harder you look, the more confused and overwhelmed you become. Before you know it, you find yourself awake, for the third night in a row, as you peer onto your tiny phone screen, panicked.

In this video, I share with you

  • why avoiding Google isn't the answer

  • 3 tips on how to use the internet during your high-risk pregnancy so you can feel informed instead of overwhelmed

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