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Kliche said he wasn't surprised because happiness tends to release hormones and makes it easier to get pregnant. Other hospitals around Germany are reporting increased bookings for ante-natal classes although many are predicting the increase will be smaller than 15 percent.
Pia Schmidt from Verna had been trying to get pregnant for two years and reckons that Germany's victory over Poland, a nail-biting encounter decided in injury time, cracked it. Their daughter Farina was born five weeks early on February 11 and has been celebrated as Germany's first World Cup baby.
The others are due to follow from the end of February onwards. It's good news for Germany, whose birth rate at 1. In glorious sunshine, millions of Germans and visiting fans celebrated the World Cup in stadiums, public viewing areas, bars and in their homes.