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    missybubble is offline I'm a strange one, but I'm good at it :)
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    I'm scared of the whole the whole birth thing...trying not to be though...

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    I am just watching a old esp of 'one born every minute' and it reminded me how scared I am of a epidural.

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    With DD my most trivial fear was that I would go into labour in between bikini waxes and the doctor and midwives would go "Eeewww. Jungle woman.".

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    What if I do a poo during labour and I was worried about my hairy cha cha. I figured since I couldn't see it anymore and I was staying away from sex, I didn't need to have it waxed. I probably should have because while I was pushing, I was wondering that they were thinking lol

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    I was also afraid of a really long, hard labour that would end in a c section and I was afraid of heavy bleeding.

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    Pooing during labour and my DP being grossed out by it

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    For everyone who is/was worried about pooing in labour I did it I was a tad embarrass but it happened not the end of the world

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    Pregnancy related - getting really fat. Put on 13kg...not too bad, lost it all really fast anyway. Birth related - I really didn't want to tear, haha. The first thing I said after DS was born was "Did I tear!?". Yep, nice big 3rd degree tear.


 

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