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With my first son I asked my ex if I did and he said no, then I asked him again and he said yes and started laughing, so I can't take either of his answers seriously. With my other two I really don't know if did or not, but I am thinking I didn't.
I am hoping with this one I don't since my sisters will be in the delivery room with me.
I didn't, or so my husband says (he's in healthcare and woudn't be grossed out if I did, so I think he'd tell me the truth).
I was nervous about it before my first delivery, but after having given birth, I'm kind of surprised that anyone doesn't poop! I mean, pushing a baby out feels like the worst poop ever, I can't imagine it not happening if there was anything in your GI tract. I think the only reason I haven't with either of my deliveries is because I go to the bathroom about 20 times while laboring - between that and the throwing up, I'm pretty sure there's nothing left. Whether it happens during labor or during delivery, I'd rather be good and cleaned out than deal with the consipation right after delivery!
Holly my sister wants to be in the delivery room with DH and I too .... we're close, but not THAT close
I mean I love her and all but come on now, I don't even want to watch myself poop.
My sister and my SIL have been my support through my entire pregnancy. And I'd much rather have them there with me during the delivery of this baby than to be all alone. I told them both they can't look at my crotch at all LOL they have to sit in the chair or stay by my head...but I still hope I don't crap on the bed while pushing because I'm sure they'd know
Hubby said I did a little bit with DS1 (my only vaginal so far), but they cleaned it/me up right away like it was no big deal. It's really nothing to worry about. They deal with it everyday, and have most likely done it themselves.
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