There’s so much information about pregnancy that many women don’t find out until they’re pregnant themselves.
And that’s exactly what one TikTok user wanted to highlight in the video she posted to her account, hilizgoldstein, has been viewed more than 500 thousand times.
Popular TikToker Liz Goldstein shared a list of pregnancy symptoms she is experiencing, which she has no clue about, and they are very helpful for those who are contemplating having a baby.
Liz, now a mother of three, posted the video as she was still expecting her third child.
Heavy pregnancy, Liz lists pregnancy symptoms she was unaware of, and some of them are shocking.
Symptoms include; depression, nightmares, migraines, dizziness, fainting and stuffy nose.
Liz has now given birth to a baby boy and thankfully is not experiencing any more pregnancy symptoms now.
Liz’s 400k followers can also relate to her symptoms.
One user exclaimed: “Nightmares are crazy. The vibrancy is crazy!”
Another user said: “OMG the nose is stuffy! Why is it so annoying!”
“I have all that! Like a brother?!?” Responded to a third user who agrees with Liz.
Other users listed other symptoms they experienced throughout their pregnancy without anyone alerting them.
One person wrote: “No one told me my nose would get bigger too.”
While others discussed nosebleeds, pregnancy carpal tunnel, and toothaches.
And Liz is not the only mother to openly share her pregnancy experience and unwanted side effects.
Such as TikToker Emily Carman, a mom and makeup artist made a similar video discussing pregnancy symptoms.
She listed the symptoms she was not warned about before becoming pregnant as; have a thick mucus plug, get too much wind, feel short of breath constantly, and feel hungry but then full after just a few bites.
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