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    Default Spin off: did you poo in labour?

    Spun off from the funny moments thread

    I have done it once out of four births, and was sooo humiliated. DH was going, nah you didn't, but I could smell it!! Ewww. Luckily or unluckily ds stopped breathing so I swiftly forgot about it till much later.once he was totally fine and home from scn I remembered and DH has never let me forget it

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    My mum said i did with my first - but nothing else was mentioned apparently it was only a little bit -
    Not sure with DS as there was no family down there only doctors and midwives and they dont tell you...

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    With my first & third no but I diid with my 2nd dp didn't tell me until about a week after I was mortified he still finds it highly hilarious that after all this time and all other stuff that you see and fgoes on during giving birth that I'm still embarrassed by it

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    No idea. With DS I was reclined on my back and of course if I did they wouldn't have told me anyway (DH wasn't watching 'down there'). I gave birth to DD standing up and my labour was so fast and again it was only a midwife at the business end so if I did I wasn't aware.

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    Not that I am aware of

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    I was so worried I would and... I did

    It came with a massive f@rt noise and the midwife was all "Oh that wasn't you, it was just me repositioning down here, your doing great!"

    Yeah right lady, I know what just happened!!

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    Nope I don't think so. I was in lithitomy position so I'm sure I would have noticed if I had. I was so scared of it during pregnancy but in the moment it didn't cross my mind! I did vomit my guts out just before pushing though

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    Yeah right lady, I know what just happened!!
    Sorry but that made me laugh. "Yeah right lady" hahaha

    Luckily, no poo here.

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    OMG im so scared of doing this!! i spose docs and midwives see it all the time but wouldnt stop me feeling embarrassed. isnt there something they can give you so you wont poop?

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    I did in both labours only small amount though
    And by that stage of labour I really didn't care


 

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