MICHIGAN -- Pregnant women who snore are more likely to give birth to low birthweight babies, and require a c-section.
Researchers at the University of Michigan studied 1,600 pregant women -- a third of whom reported regular snoring.
They found moms who snored before and during pregnancy were two-thirds more likely to have a baby born below the tenth percentile for weight. That means ninety percent of babies weigh more than them.
They were also two times more likely to have an elective c-section.