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Heart-Warming Confessions of 12 Moms About What Giving Birth Really Feels Like

Giving birth is the most beautiful thing in the world. While, it needs both male and female to start the process, but it’s primarily woman who has to do most of the things.

For most of the women, it’s a very special feeling, but for some, it can be terrifying, magical or extremely surprising. One thing that is pretty sure. It’s certainly a unique experience for every woman.

Under this post, we have shared experiences of 12 mothers. These are actual quotes by real mothers what she shared in an interview with Cosmopolitan when asked about what giving birth really feels like.

1.) Kacie. Age: 34

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“When I was pushing out my first son, who was born at home, I was certain that the pain I was experiencing would never leave my body, that this feeling was permanent. I thought that a bunch of hippies had duped me into thinking the work would be worth it. But sure enough, it left in an instant, and I’d do it a thousand times over”

 

2.)  Amy. Age: 32

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“Everyone said pushing was the best part, and they were dirty liars. Pushing out a baby feels like taking a giant, fiery poop. Like if you ate 100 hot peppers and then pooped out a watermelon. That’s what it felt like.”

3.) Katie. Age: 28

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“Giving birth was like experiencing every feeling and emotion possible. It was one of the most amazing times with my husband and we were given the incredible gift of life. No matter how different it went than we wanted it to, it was awesome! My husband would like to add that he imagines it to feel like ‘sliding down a joy rainbow into a cloud of kittens.'”

4.)  Kristen. Age: 34

 Kristen, 34
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“The whole birthing experience felt really out of control and like someone else had taken over my body. Pushing my child out felt like someone was ripping my private apart using long, sharp nails that are also on fire. I actually yelled at my midwife to stop using her nails to pull my private part apart, and she told me she wasn’t even touching me!”

5.) Kristen. Age: 34

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“The whole birthing experience felt really out of control and like someone else had taken over my body. Pushing my child out felt like someone was ripping my private apart using long, sharp nails that are also on fire. I actually yelled at my midwife to stop using her nails to pull my private part apart, and she told me she wasn’t even touching me!”

6.) Jen. Age: 32

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“I had C-section, and I was so scared that I was shaking from head to toe, but my anesthesiologist said he did not want to knock me out so I could remember the moment. They really jerk you back and forth to get the baby out. My son’s head was stuck, but eventually, he came out.”

7.) Luren. Age: 31

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“I could do this every day. Honestly, it was so much easier to push this baby out than going through these 10 months of pregnancy.”

8.)  Katie. Age: 26

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“With my second child, I had an epidural, so giving birth felt like a lot of pressure and almost like you’re giving the biggest B.M. of your life. They say you don’t feel pain, but I almost think your body can’t tell the difference when it’s intense at the end. And afterward, the biggest relief ever. Once that baby is out, phew. You can breathe.”

9.) Olivia. Age: 26

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“All the things you think birth will feel like will be wrong. I read all the books and thought I was so prepared, but it was way different than what I expected. It was much easier than I expected in some ways, but also a lot harder in other ways (like delivering the placenta afterward).”

10.) Anna. Age: 35

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“This was our third, and I can honestly say it felt ethereal. We have been trained that it is all pain, but coming at it with a different vantage point and desire changed everything. The word ‘pain’ never even crossed my mind. Pressure yes, pain no.”

 

11.)  Amanda. Age: 28

 Amanda, 28
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“Giving birth to me physically felt similar to breaking my tailbone. When I broke my tailbone, that’s how I knew it was broken, because it felt the same as when I felt the urge to push. So much pressure on my pelvis and tailbone!”

 

12.) Claire. Age: 33

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“Giving birth felt like … I was dying.”

 

Note: The pictures shared along with the story have no connection with the names quoted. It’s just for demonstration purpose.

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Heart-Warming Confessions of 12 Moms About What Giving Birth Really Feels Like