this may be tmi,but I got to ask if anyone else is worried about passing stool whilst in pushing stage of labour?..im well worried,I dont want my husband to see that?!he'l get put off for life lol,im not to worried about the midwives as I know they see this kind of stuff all the time,I just dont want my husband seeing it,the thought makes me cringe...has anybody in the past been through anything like this?how do midwives deal with it?
thank god they get rid of it quickly!I'v been telling my husband to stay near my head at all times,even though he says he doesn't care if he sees anything of the sort,im still not comfortable with it..plus im seriously thinking of a water birth and keep wondering what happens if it happens in the pool?!which makes me have seconds thoughts about a water birth
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