Men take on pain of childbirth
  • regpregp
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  • CanadianMamaCanadianMama
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    That was hilarious!!! 

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  • DinoDangerDinoDanger
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    One of my friends posted this on my fb, and DH actually said he'd do it. I was surprised... 

    Now to find one of the machines they used... 
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  • regpregp
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    I like how the one guy got mad that he couldn't take it and sulled up. His face was priceless.

    @rachelh19 you must film it if you do it!
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  • GingersnapGingersnap
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    I can't imagine that's a good replication of childbirth, but I will say that natural childbirth is probably the most athletically grueling thing I've done. Vaginal childbirth with an epidural, not quite as much, but still - OW!
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  • CanadianMamaCanadianMama
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    I can't imagine that's a good replication of childbirth, but I will say that natural childbirth is probably the most athletically grueling thing I've done. Vaginal childbirth with an epidural, not quite as much, but still - OW!



    Yeah, I don't think so either. I think it's probably a much better representation of period cramps. Just confirms what I always thought, men could never handle going through what we go through. 

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  • regpregp
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    @gingersnap & @canadianmama yeah, I wondered if it's a good simulation...but I doubt either of them would have agreed to have those electrodes attached to their junk! LOL
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  • GingersnapGingersnap
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    For me, labor cramps were less intense than period cramps until the baby crowned. Intense, fetal-position bowel cramps are closer to first-day period cramps for me. I think my periods may have caused the rift in my relationship with a higher power for years. 
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  • SalllyWingo
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    I heard about this on the tv yesterday.  Sounds hilarious.
  • TheHeadacheslayer
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    Yeah um and then there's the 9 months BEFORE that, having to pee all the time, not being able to see your toes....then the ring of fire, pushing......nothing hooked on their genitals. Wusses.

    I was drugged up for DD but had a homebirth for DS. I had "leg labor" so it hurt like heck in my legs instead of my belly. There was only one moment where I thought "I can't do this" but labor was 4 hrs so although it was intense, my gall bladder surgery hurt WAY worse!
  • meandmy243meandmy243
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    Lmao.... nothing like a good tens workout..
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  • momofdbbmomofdbb
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    I wouldn't do it ! I had c-sections and tip my hat to moms who actually had labor pains ! I didn't , neither did my mom.
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  • lostinthewindlostinthewind
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    Seriously funny and not fair, they got to have their baby after 2 hours......I was in labor a heck of a lot longer than that with both kids.......wonder if I can find one of these machines for hubby though >:)
  • undercoverbanana
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    I dont believe it. They get intestinal flu and think they are dying. We get the same symptoms every month. A little taste of our regular lives are not the same. No, I have never had a kidney stone, but I grew a nine pound human being and managed to push it out with no drugs.....if I guy grows a nine pound melon and shits it out with no drugs...ok...hes experienced it. Oh....and then it sucks on his nips for a year....and he gets calluses on his nips that dont go away until the melon is in second grade. And when he has a hard time holding his poop in, a doctor tells him its all in his head...
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  • undercoverbanana
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    And he should do man butt kegals. That will make it all better.
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