"Honey, I have something you should read. Hurry!!" Mae was bursting at the seams to share her latest discovery. She had been reading a pregnancy book.
Apparently, towards the advanced stages of pregnancy it's not a good idea to simulate a baby suckling. You'll have to forgive me for that clumsy sentence structure. It's not often that I need to describe such a thing. But I think, essentially it means that a heavily pregnant woman (or her partner) should refrain from squeezing, pulling or heck, even sucking at her nipples.
This sends a "baby-needs-milk" signal to her brain, which in turns send a command to her breasts to produce milk. Subsequently, that sends a signal to her body which basically tells her, where there's milk, there's gotta be a baby. And before you know it, contractions begin and she gives birth, whether or not the baby's ready. Premature birth. Wow! I had no idea!!!
Looks like we'll have to take the necessary precautions. *ahem*
In other news a good friend Pip, and his wife Estella (not their real names) are expecting their firstborn today. I distinctly remember him say she was due end July. Hmm. Looks like a premature birth. But hey, let's not even speculate why. Hhehhehhh!!!
Judging from the comments, I'm inclined to think that most of don't believe this post! You must think I'm a perv with an overactive imagination. Thankfully, I managed to find something on the net that corroborates with my writing. Go here to set your mind at ease. It says, and I quote "Nipple stimulation in pregnancy can cause uterine contractions and could induce labor". I may be a perv, but I sure wasn't imagining this. Hehhehhehh!!!