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    The pushing was hard work but also a relief. You know you're nearly there when you're pushing! For me the contractions were definitely the worst part, they were so painful. I can't actually remember some of my labour because I've blocked it out. The pushing though, I remember that, I had a mirror in front of my vagina and I could see my progress, unlike the 13 hours of active labour before that.

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    It wasn't that painful for me, I actually didn't really feel the first two labours, with my son it felt like burning, but it wasn't overly painful. It feels weird, like you are doing a giant poo out your vagina lol.


 

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