It might work, no doubt about it. But with doctors around, this can be embarrassing to have an/multiple orgasm/s in front of them.
Yeah, I’m guessing this tactic will mostly be done at births at home with a midwife and/or doula. But for anyone else, it stands as an option, whether they choose it or not.
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For your case maybe c-section worked, but not generally. 100k years ago we had no c-section and children were born. Don't worry the pain (now it is over for you, giving vaginal birth, your uterus cannot handle it anymore).
:0 how bad is the pain?
@QueenTanya the contractions are really really painful. Like period cramps but a million times worse. Pushing the baby out isn't so bad, just a lot of pressure and a burning sensation
Omg this made my fear worse
@Warmapplecrumble nah its not that bad
The pain of raising them and teenagers is what scared me the most 😟
@Warmapplecrumble yeah my kids are only toddlers right now but my house is basically constant screams and them getting into stuff. Especially since my youngest is in his terrible twos and he has ADHD. Most people would be scared If they seen my life😆😆 and yeah I dont think teenage years will be that bad but who knows I'll find out in a few years
Omg this is so scary how do you manage to organise your life, take care of yourself, the house, the children? I have so many questions 🙈 sorry
@Warmapplecrumble I take care of myself when they are sleeping cuz its impossible to eat and shower and all that when they are awake. I can somewhat clean when they are awake like pick up small messes but deep cleaning also has to wait till they are sleeping. When my husband is here it's not so bad cuz he can watch them for a little bit when he gets off work but right now he's been away for two months so I've been doing everything on my own. Its been completely exhausting
It sounds so exhausting.. what happens when you get sick?
@Warmapplecrumble I'm acutally sick rn and I basically just can't rest or anything. I gotta keep going even on days I dont feel good
Aww no 🙁 that's really sad. How do you keep going?What's wrong why are you sick?
Say that to your mother again. Artificial breeding is not yet invented and hopefully will never.
@roland77 My mother, you mean the woman who was raped when she was only 15 and was too scared to tell her parents so she fucking ran away and got addicted to crack… yeah, grate example
Good joke 😂
This is exactly how I dealt with the fear of giving birth. I didn't invent the wheel when I got pregnant, if a gazillion others can do it , so could I... and it was the most miraculous, euphoric, beautiful experience I've ever had.
@Imcmullan My friend got pregnant over Christmas, and apparently, me saying this really helped her deal with her fear. I already know that she's gonna be a great mom (she's basically that already to me and our other friends), so I hope that it will at least give someone else a little bit of comfort.
My point is always childbirth isn't even the tip of the iceberg. It's child care and raising that are the big deals. That few hours are nothing in the scope of the lifetime you spend with your child.
@Screenwriter Yes, and I enjoy those moments a lot. :-)
@roland77 You're more tired than you are rewarded. In the past few years of my son being between 21 and 24, he's really become a man and he impresses me more every day. He also COMPLIMENTS my mothering. Makes you incredibly humble and gives great joy!!! Though he was a darling child and a regular troubled teen, the magic moments were fewer than the ones I've experienced recently. But, it's just the realistic issues of the job. Then I remember a joke he made up that I STILL tell people. He kept telling me stories asking if they were funny. They were nice stories, but NOT jokes. Finally he said: Why did the spider get on the internet. To be on the World Wide Web... I laughed so hard I could cry. I said THAT is funny! I was so proud of him. It's HARD to be funny. And it's easy for a parent to laugh at everything or praise everything a kid does. That does a child a disservice because NO ONE but you will do that. You don't want to give yourself a false impression of what's out there waiting for them. I've always believed in REALITY THERAPY with children. My parents did the same with me. But when your kids LEARN what to expect and to be surprized when people like what they say, do, etc... instead of how their parents react with love... You've taught them a valuable lesson.
I'm worried about this too 🙄
It is always worth the pain. And they have drugs against pain there.
Then let's educate them to become better. I remember #Idiocracy here where an intelligent couple says it is not the right time to have children.
@roland77 We have endless resources and sources. Internet and books. For information and support. Yet people and parents seem to get worse everyday.
Sounds very like the intro scene in #Idiocracy !
No, I can't accept it
You'll work it out over time. I didn't want a child until after I was 35. And it all went great. He's a great young man I love to death finding his way in the world. He thanks me for what I've done as a mother all the time! Man, that is the greatest feeling. They realize what you've given them when they see others who are so lacking in what they've gotten!!!
'Cause I'm afraid so much and I don't want to have child only 'cause of that
I am sure you can relate to the pain and hard work that goes into being pregnant seeing as you are a WOMAN.
@becks3 Pregnancy wasn't hard work at all. You just lumber a lot in the last three months. The first six aren't much of anything to complain about. If pregnancies were six months long, NOBODY would say a darned thing about them. They'd be a hat trick.
@roland77 I am a nurse and I’ve seen too many women gave birth. The drug they give for the pain isn’t really working 100%. They still feel pain.
@Biancatsumi1991 Yes, I know about that. And it is even more painful when the male is not around. That is why I'm always with her when she goes to labor/natural birth-giving.
@roland77 good to know someone cares about how their partner feels.