The Truth About Giving Birth

Today, posts would be basically focusing on women and things they go through. Why the topic of giving birth? Because I am having the time of the month…

So yeah, anyways, let me just share my ‘short’ experience that I had. That’s what people said when I mentioned I had 5 hour of labour. Let me be more detailed… 5 hours of cramps and pain.

So yeah, back to the story, my baby’s heart rate was monotonous. So, I had to be shifted to the delivery area. I had a craving for the most stinkiest food in the world. And when I told the nurses that I had to poop after they placed the solution in the backdoor, they did not listen to me. Before giving birth, they have to ensure that all your poop came out first. So, I gave birth while pooping.

Dear Nurses, because you were so stubborn, you get to enjoy the smell of my poop while delivering my baby for free. Plus, you have to clean it off me while I give birth. Have fun.

So, afterwhich, I tried SO hard to give birth but it was so difficult. The cramping was real bad and the gas that was meant to help did not help at all. It was supposed to reduce the pain but guess what everyone, I felt EVERYTHING. Every inch of pain… No wait. Every CM of pain.

I wanted epidural but hubby insisted that I do not because he does not want me to go through the side effects. Yes, epidural does have side effect. In terms of pain, out of 10, I would rate it a 10 and above.

So, please dear husbands, if your wife is giving birth, give her a good hug and irregardless of the poop etc, just love her because she is going through the pain that you do not have to go through. Yes, she might have had your sperm to have the baby but she carried the baby for 9 months and went through it all because of her love for both you and the child…

Thank God, this period is over between my hubby and I.

 

Love the Time of the Month

Well, hello, time of the month. I had a conversation with someone aged around the 50s. I told her that I am having a bad menstrual cramp.

My womb was in pain yesterday. I did not know whether I was going to have diarrhoea the day before but the anticipation was real. I thought I missed my period Рnot ready for number 2 yet Рbut turns out the calendar stated the truth. My period is well, regular.

Back to the conversation that I had, she told me that it is good that you still experience this because when you reach my age and the period stops, all the other illnesses comes.

And people are even telling me that after giving birth, the period should be less painful and guess what…

It still hurts the same.

The End.