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This OB-GYN’s Pregnancy Q&A Couldn’t Be More Hilarious

We can't stop laughing!

Sitting in a cold room in a tiny hospital gown, waiting to see the OB-GYN, can be a nerve-racking experience. You’re pregnant, your body has become the vessel for your future child, and you’re full of questions.

The best doctors have a way of easing your mind and reducing any anxiety you might have. And one OB-GYN in particular may have found the best approach to making all of your pregnancy worries easier to manage: laughter. Yup.

This OB-GYN has a Pregnancy Q&A for patients to read, and the answers couldn’t be more honest, accurate or hilarious!

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The first question on the list is one that many women have wondered: “Should I have a baby after 35?”

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The answer, however, is not exactly what you’d expect: “No, 35 children is enough,” is the witty reply. Funny, right? Trust us. It only gets better from there.

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If we had to pick a favorite to highlight, it’d probably be no. 4: “My wife is five months pregnant and so moody that sometimes she’s borderline irrational.” To which the reply is, “So what’s your question?” Yeah, we totally get that.

Here’s the Q&A in full:

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You have Reddit to thank for this incredible Q&A list. User YellowWoodenTable posted a photo of the fact sheet with the simple caption, “Found this at my OB appointment today.” The exact source of this incredible list is unknown, but many people online greatly appreciated the doctor’s humor.

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One Redditor responded to the post, writing, “I love your OB,” and we’ve gotta say—we feel the same.

Another commenter wrote: “This is incredible!! It made my day!! I wish my OB has this sense of humour :D”

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We love when women are able to keep it real when it comes to pregnancy. Chrissy Teigen is just one example of the many women who have opened up about struggles with infertility, postpartum depression and more, and we love her for it!

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“I’m speaking up now because I want people to know [postpartum depression] can happen to anybody and I don’t want people who have it to feel embarrassed or to feel alone,” she wrote in an essay for Glamour magazine.

When it comes to pregnancy concerns, people like this amazing OB-GYN—and Teigen—are proving that the internet can be a great place for women to turn to when they need either a laugh or a little advice.

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Because it’s important to remember that whatever you’re feeling during pregnancy, you’re not alone.

[h/t: Good Housekeeping]

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