Low-Key Ways Your Partner Is Making Your Pregnancy More Difficult Than It Needs To Be

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Smelling weird, even if they don’t mean to

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Pregnancy really throws that sense of smell into overdrive. Experts have theorized that this heightened sense of smell was a protective adaption women have made to protect their unborn babies from spoiled food. Protective adaption or not, things that once didn’t bother her or even smelled good to her are unbearable now. Whether it’s her partner’s cologne, their personal scent after a trip to the gym, or that same partner’s decision to eat a bag of corn chips a good partner needs to adjust to her new preferences (on a daily maybe). She probably can’t predict what’s going to make her gag better than anyone else.

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