International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 5, Issue 9, Part E (2019)
A woman could influence her unborn baby in terms of age, parity and Rh factor: A myth or reality
The question of whether and how a woman could influence her unborn baby is one which has intrigued people since the dawn of history. Some societies have maintained that specific thoughts and experiences could mark the baby in specific ways, such as notion that if a rabbit ran across the pregnant women’s path, she would bear a baby with a hairy lip or if she squashed a strawberry, her baby would have a red birth mark less specific, but just as unfounded is the notion that by listening to good music and viewing a great paintings, a woman could confer talent upon the child within her. As the old superstitions, such as those of the hairy lip and strawberry mark, were swept away, many people got the idea that many other factors those influence the outcome of pregnancy.
How to cite this article:
Nisha Kumari. A woman could influence her unborn baby in terms of age, parity and Rh factor: A myth or reality. Int J Appl Res 2019;5(9):356-358.