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Orgasm during childbirth??? S & S +1 1 child; 1 angel baby; Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, QC, Canada 369 posts
13th Sep

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2334789/Women-orgasms-giving-birth.html



I didn't even know this was possible! I REALLY hope I don't have any orgasms because my mom is going to be in the delivery room with me and that would be just awkward!!! Did anyone else know about this? Or are you just as shocked as I am?



http://abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=6120045&page=1

THE Draco Malfoy 1 child; Tennessee 19885 posts
13th Sep

i didn't read the link but a friend of mine told me if she ever had a kid she wanted an orgasmic birth, supposed to help with the labor or something.

Squid Kid Due July 2; 1 child; 5 angel babies; Tennessee 27505 posts
13th Sep

I would never want to associate my child with an orgasm. Ever.



I mean, aside from making them.

M walls 4 kids; Keenesburg, Colorado 7267 posts
13th Sep

Didn't read the article but I've seen an orgasm birth video before. It was weird & I felt so awkward watching it. I heard it helps with Labout pain though

3sACrowd 3 kids; Alaska 3325 posts
13th Sep

<blockquote><b>Quoting Squid Kid:</b>" I would never want to associate my child with an orgasm. Ever. I mean, aside from making them. "</blockquote>



Exactly. Just seems so....wrong.

CrystalM13 Due September 30; 1 child; Friendsville, Tennessee 105 posts
13th Sep

It may seem wrong, but is there really any control that a woman would have over it, or would it just happen? Just like having a BM during labor. Its something you have no control over. Sometimes it just happens. So while it may be weird and you feel wrong about it, something with your body that is just different says "ok, like it or not this is happening" Now, of course this never happened to me, I had c-sec but, I am sure the women it has happened to was embarrassed and its not like they wanted to. So try and respect it. Its childbirth and the one beautiful thing about it is when it is all over, the results! :)

The Time Police TTC since Apr 2014; 1 angel baby; Cold Lake, AB, Canada 33303 posts
13th Sep

It isn't a sexual feeling. And it totally makes sense, since orgasms cause your uterus to contract more... And contracting is a huge factor during childbirth :lol:

ι♡яคч 1 child; Hollywood, fl, United States 3377 posts
13th Sep

how can you have an orgasm in that much pain

Squid Kid Due July 2; 1 child; 5 angel babies; Tennessee 27505 posts
13th Sep
Quoting Spacetits:" It isn't a sexual feeling. And it totally makes sense, since orgasms cause your uterus to contract more... And contracting is a huge factor during childbirth :lol:"


Or you could just, I dunno. Push.

The Time Police TTC since Apr 2014; 1 angel baby; Cold Lake, AB, Canada 33303 posts
13th Sep
Quoting Squid Kid:" Or you could just, I dunno. Push. "


Or maybe a C-section to avoid a baby pushing on your icky g-spot that lays in the same place the baby has to come out.

Squid Kid Due July 2; 1 child; 5 angel babies; Tennessee 27505 posts
13th Sep
Quoting Spacetits:" Or maybe a C-section to avoid a baby pushing on your icky g-spot that lays in the same place the baby has to come out."


The "G-spot" doesn't exist. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/19/g-spot-does-not-exist_n_1215822.html



And I had a med-free birth. There's nothing orgasmic about feeling like you ate a box of chocolate and are now finding out it was a laxative bar.

The Time Police TTC since Apr 2014; 1 angel baby; Cold Lake, AB, Canada 33303 posts
13th Sep
Quoting Squid Kid:" The "G-spot" doesn't exist. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/19/g-spot-does-not-exist_n_1215822.html ... [snip!] ... birth. There's nothing orgasmic about feeling like you ate a box of chocolate and are now finding out it was a laxative bar."


It is still controversial, there are studies that still say around 60% of women have it. :lol: That doesn't negate the fact that they still come out the same place where orgasm occurs, it is not unusual or gross. It can happen, I don't know why people are so damn grossed out over it.



I have had a natural birth, too. Barely any pain, just a lot of pressure. I'd rather feel no pain during labour NATURALLY.

My Brain On Drugs TTC since Sep 2013; 33 kids; Elephant Butte, New Mexico 15751 posts
13th Sep

<blockquote><b>Quoting Spacetits:</b>" It is still controversial, there are studies that still say around 60% of women have it. :lol: That ... [snip!] ... I have had a natural birth, too. Barely any pain, just a lot of pressure. I'd rather feel no pain during labour NATURALLY."</blockquote>




Exactly lol



And my birth video shows how I had some pleasurable moments but I wasn't all," Ooh, yeah baby, I'm c*****g!" Not at all.
It was pain relief though. Yeah...
I'm not going to say there was no pain, but I really loved the experience. It was pleasurable.

The Time Police TTC since Apr 2014; 1 angel baby; Cold Lake, AB, Canada 33303 posts
13th Sep
Quoting My Brain On Drugs:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Spacetits:</b>" It is still controversial, there are studies ... [snip!] ... was pain relief though. Yeah... I'm not going to say there was no pain, but I really loved the experience. It was pleasurable."


Haha, of course there was pain. But it'd be awesome for it to be minimal because my body is too busy feeling totally awesome :lol: