The Try Guys Try Labor Pain

Oh my word I was laughing so hard watching this. These four guys try simulated labour and it is hysterical. I am sure you mommies will have a good laugh watching this.

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  1. Oh my God what a laugh now you now daddy’s

  2. Elize Swanepoel

    Hahhahahahaha shame. I take my hat off for them, giving it a go. 😀

    Those screams were hilarious towards the end. And the guys holding the hands to give some moral support is priceless.

    Oh my word, labour pains were the thing that I was most scared of when I was pregnant.

    When I got closer to my due date, I asked Mommy’s whether it was as painful as they say. Most ladies said that it was painful but it was the pain that they forgot the quickest.

    Well, fate intervened and I had to have an emergency C-section due to pre-eclampsia, so I didn’t experience labor pains.

    My Mom said with both my brother and I, we came so quickly. When my Dad got to the hospital on both occasions, we were already born.

    She didn’t have a lot of pain, but she had problems afterwards.

    Is it really true that the doctor’s take out your intestines and then put it back when they perform a C-section? I hope I’m not sounding too stupid by asking this, but I am genuinely curious. I know that you just shared the video as such, but have you heard anything about this before @Lynne?

    • Lynne Huysamen

      Yes I believe that is true that they take out your intestines! My husband watched everything they did and he only went white when they pulled the baby out LOL @loupie

  3. Elize Swanepoel

    Oh no, that is quite a haunting thought. I saw a funny video the other day. It was something in the line of people always sharing their unwanted advice when they realize you’re pregnant. One of the comments were, do you know they take out your intestines. I honestly thought it was over exaggeration or something.

    But watching this video, I realized there must be truth to it.

    Oh well, the doctor’s know what they’re doing because here I still am, intestines back where they belong, LOL.

    My husband was also in the operating room watching the whole thing. He took two pictures just after JD was taken out. He said the thing that shocked him the most was taking that whole baby out from such a small incision. Thinking about it, I’m glad I didn’t see anything. I was just lying there waiting for my baby. 😀

    I remember the nurse bringing him around and showing him to me before they took him away. I was so overwhelmed and just started crying. It was the best feeling in the world. Almost like my heart is going to pop out of my chest. I guess at that exact moment my maternal instincts kicked in.

    Did you have a C-section with both your babies @Lynne. I know once you’ve had one, the second is usually a C-section as well.

    • Ok so I have now asked my hubby and he said they never took my intestines out… so now I know LOL. Yes I had a c-section with both my babies. I tried a home birth with my daughter but it was not to be – you can read about her birth here. Then for my son I had a c-section – partly because it was advised but also partly because he was due during the Xmas holidays, I needed to have him out so I could work it around my business. Bad of me? Maybe but it worked out perfectly with me closing my business, my older sister and nephew coming from UK, my hubby’s leave… I’m human right?

  4. Elize Swanepoel

    Absolutely @Lynne.

    I was planning to have a normal birth but I end up having an emergency C-section.

    Looking back, I’m glad that I knew when my baby was coming instead of waiting and anticipating, especially because I was so scared of the labor pains everyone was talking about.

    There’s nothing wrong with wanting to plan ahead, especially if you’re your own boss. 😀 I like being prepared for things. I don’t like wondering or waiting for an outcome or a result.

  5. This video is hilarious.

    Guys finally can feel what women go through. If only this could be available to the men who believe that child birth is an over exaggeration of pain.

    I felt every single pain that came with child birth, I stuck it out for 30.50 hours, the last 2 hours was the worst. I could have an epidural as most women even for normal birth do have one. There were some medical reasons that my gynaecologist refused to administer me with one.

    This is the first time that I have heard about your intestines being taken out when you have a caesarean section. I have searched on Google and there are a number of articles that prove it to be true.

  6. Oh my goodness I had a good laugh. I don’t think men can do with this pain

    • Lynne Huysamen

      I know right Shireen. I was in stitches watching this, I had to show my mother and she also loved it. They haven’t even gotten out of the first stage of labour and they are not able to handle it.

  7. This had me in stitches.? My husband can barely handle the flu. I can only imagine how he would react trying this.?

    • Haha Nicole. I would love to hook my hubby up to that machine for a few minutes. I had a 42 hour labour with a posterior baby, they call it a back labour and apparently it is the most painful labour. I have nothing to compare it to though because I only had that one labour, my second baby I opted for a c-section.

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