That's interesting! Cool!
@SueAnon84 My sister in law literally broke her pelvic bone delivering. Now that's pain. She didn't know until the epidural wore off.
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How old is your son now?
@CuriousChick101 He is 24 and working on his independence and making his way in the world. A nice young man. Pregnancy and labor are definite yucks. Breastfeeding was too, for ME. But the end result being a healthy baby makes up for the three awful months of gestation (six to nine are pretty miserable) the 7 hours of labor (I was lucky there for a first baby) and the attempt to love breastfeeding. Didn't work. The fact that I had him at home with no drugs is pretty amazing. I had pro midwife and doula. IF i'd have stayed married, I would've done it again. But not to be. So glad I've lucked out with my one.
And every pregnancy is different. You might have a shorter labor, super breastfeeding experience etc... or go in the opposite direction. Be prepared for the worst and be happy when you get a better experience. Don't be disappointed if you have a C section, or pitocin or a spinal or other pain intervention. (Unless you go with a midwife and home birth when those would not occur until the midwife called it for you to deliver at a hospital. But you have to be checked by a doctor twice during pregnancy in most states to make sure you're healthy enough for home birth. No high blood pressure, gestational diabetes, etc..)
Wow 17 is a lot of bones to break😯
My mother says it feels like your whole body is restricted and your labor pain is horrible feels like 20 periods
There are more benefits by giving birth natural, like fx the baby get some of bacterial flora from the walls of the vagina etc. To me that sounds superficial and selfish. Giving birth doesn't ruin your vagina, it is elastic and gonna pop back... Just do kegels, stay healthy, stay in shape and exercise
I don't know but as man we go through he'll when it happens
Not if you get immediate medical treatment. The human organism is surprisingly resilient.
Healing from a c-section is actually way more painful than healing from natural birth (according to the women in my family who have experienced both)
The try guys tried a mechanism that replicates the bodies reaction to child birth. They acted like they where dying.
Are you transgender?
Show off😂😂Next thing on the list for you is giving birth😆
Yeah gave birth to things I create they're made of metal and they roar
Those don’t count!😂😂
No, you don’t push them out of your body😂
Yeah I pushed them out of the machine body
U can't die from breaking 20 bones unless those bones pierced the organs below or above it
Yes imagine not 2 but 20 or unless your that lucky
I mean most bones dont bend when broken so it's not luck it just depends on how u broke them
Depends? So we will decide how to break them? oh ok
Yea not always not every bone u break is gonna poke u I broke knee and it stayed in place