Let G be a paratopological group. Then G is said to be pseudobounded (resp. ω-pseudobounded) if for every neighbourhood V of the identity e in G, there exists a natural number n such that G = Vn (resp.we have G = ∪ n∈N Vn). We show that every feebly compact (2-pseudocompact) pseudobounded (ω-pseudobounded) premeager paratopological group is a topological group. Also,we prove that if G is a totally ω-pseudobounded paratopological group such that G is a Lusin space, then is G a topological group. We present some examples of paratopological groups with interesting properties: (1) There exists a metrizable, zero-dimensional and pseudobounded topological group; (2) There exists a Hausdorff ω-pseudobounded paratopological group G such that G contains a dense subgroup which is not ω-pseudobounded; (3) There exists a Hausdorff connected paratopological group which is not ω-pseudobounded.