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    Quote Originally Posted by chloeandme View Post
    I haven't told anyone this, but there was definitely a moment during my DS's birth that I felt something close to the build up of an orgasm. It was brief though.
    Same. With DS2 i could feel it building. His head would move down, then back up again after each contraction it was a very strange feeling. The point of crowning didnt hurt, and when he was on his way out i could feel it building. When he was out im pretty sure i did O (or something that felt like it). The feeling of him being out was amazing. (Does that make sense? I hope it doesnt sound weird)

    ETA: I forgot to add that the contractions were only up to an 8/10 at the most painful. The actual birthing of him didnt hurt.
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    not me personally but someone very close, i shall not name names as i have friends on here who know this person lol

    but yes each birth she never felt pain - has a very high pain threshold as it is anyway! and said the actual delivery felt like one massive orgasm.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxB9mnKYr4M

    You need an account to see it - it's for over 18's only. Just looking at the expression on that woman's face it's clear she's a) not making it up and b) not in any pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    I've heard that kissing, stimulating breasts, cl!toris etc during labour can help 'open' and relax your body 'down there' - kinda makes sense.

    If df kissed me, or touched me, during labour I'd have punched him in the head though. Lol. :-/ argh!

    So it probably REALLY depends on where your head is at.
    In my first birth I got through my sons crowning kissing my boyfriend lol.. It certainly did not get me close to an orgsam but it felt incredibly safe and intimate and reassuring.
    The midwives were shocked I think.. As for orgsamic childbirth.. I have read about it in some of my mums old hippy childbirth books lol.. Sounds fun.. But as nice as both my births were.. I can't say I experienced anything close to orgsam

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    Im gonna crown, IM GONNA CROWN! OHHHH YEAH!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tam-I-Am View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxB9mnKYr4M

    You need an account to see it - it's for over 18's only. Just looking at the expression on that woman's face it's clear she's a) not making it up and b) not in any pain.
    Thanks Tam!!

    I remember during my second birth during the early stages of pushing, there was a definite building of those sensations, but as soon as the tightening passed so too did the building sensations. It was a waterbirth too, I wonder if that plays any part?

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    Im gonna crown, IM GONNA CROWN! OHHHH YEAH!!!!

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    I've read about it when researching calm birth. After the experience the only thing I felt was my clitorus tear and it didn't feel orgasmic

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    I've read about it, heard about it, but have never experienced it.


 

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