Okay so this may be a little TMI, but anyway. I know you're not supposed to push when you poop, but sometimes I can't help it. Does anyone else feel like they're going to accidently push their baby out while pooping?? Is it even possible?
Haha yeah I've had some bouts of constipation (TMI) this pregnancy, it hasn't been pleasant. But I always have pushed? Seriously don't think I've ever ever heard this. But if it makes you feel any better I have obviously been pushing through 3 pregnancies without incidence lol. All born at full term Going to have to google now
hehehehe i know what you're saying but rest assured, you need to be dilated for the baby to come out, your cervix is keeping them in there!!! Only issue is piles really....nasty things.. Didn't get them with my son and have rarely had them at all my whole life..maybe im lucky in that way, there will be something- OH yeah, the huge feet....horrible water retention i'm awaiting when i'm 'more pregnant'..... couldn't fit my shoes on last time, awful.
I've always heard that IDEALLY you're not supposed to have to push and strain to go poo. It's just supposed to come out nice and easily lol.
If you didn't push you'd lose your muscle tone and become incontinent of feces.....YUCK! I have never heard you aren't supposed to push....and I would much rather have hemorrhoids than fecal incontinence if given the choice
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