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Old Jul 21st, 2009, 10:35 AM   11
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I had a BIIIIG poo when my waters broke just to make sure lol, and i didn't go whilst in labour.

I had a wee at 7am before my waters went, then I gave birth at 11.23am and didnt go for a wee in between those times and I didn't wee either (some ladies can wee as well as poo during labour)

I asked the midwives as they where stitching me up if I pooed or not ha ha



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Old Jul 21st, 2009, 10:37 AM   12
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oh i would hate that! in a birthing pool just seeing something float up. oh gosh



 
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Old Jul 21st, 2009, 10:40 AM   13
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Hahaha my OH has said he doesnt want a water birth, as he thinks the child will be born into a scene from JAWS! (along with the poo!)

Lets face it, things are going to come out of every oriface....what can we do but get on with it!!



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Old Jul 21st, 2009, 10:44 AM   14
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Lets face it, they arent going to stop and go "OH MY GOD YOU SHIT YOURSELF!"
Actually, that happened to one of my best friends. It was her mother that screamed it (and still continues to tell people about it to this day... 12 years later), not the doctors. That just goes to show you that while the "professionals" will be professional about it, not everyone else watching will be the same.

This is why I will be giving myself an enema before I go to the hospital. As soon as I know I'm going into labour, I'm cleanin' m'self out!



 
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Old Jul 21st, 2009, 10:45 AM   15
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I heard they give you some type of laxative or enema before but that it still happens as its kinda inevitable with all that pushing!

would love to hear other womens experiences as this is my first!

Apparently wetting yourself during pregnancy seems to be really common too so I think the idea is to leave women with absolutely no sense of shame or pride and so we can deal with anything after that.



 
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Old Jul 21st, 2009, 10:47 AM   16
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I don't usually admit this one but I did spend a lot of the time I was in labour actually on the loo if u have to go, u have to go!! u can't stop ur body from doing what it wants to do! x



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Old Jul 21st, 2009, 10:47 AM   17
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haha...thats funny.

well its just me and OH that will be in the room....i also think i'll be having an enema because i dont really want him to see me pooing myself!!! mmmm yummy!!

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Old Jul 21st, 2009, 10:50 AM   18
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Oh come on girls!!!!your legs will be spread with lots of horrible gooey stuff coming out... no one is going to care about a little poo!!! all dignity is lost anyway.

Lets face it, they arent going to stop and go "OH MY GOD YOU SHIT YOURSELF!"

hahaha

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oh i would hate that! in a birthing pool just seeing something float up. oh gosh




both of those made me laugh out loud!!!! hahah!

but really truly! I don't want to sh*t myself.





 
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Old Jul 21st, 2009, 10:52 AM   19
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I was always under the impression that they gave u something to stop u going to the toilet when u r in labour... I'd be horrified if I was in labour & something else came out... as if its not embarassing enug lol



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Old Jul 21st, 2009, 10:59 AM   20
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We always get an enema her first...it's standard. Unless of course you're admitted already in advanced labour or crowning...it minimises such a possibility...



 
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