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(My Fox DC)   My wife told me childbirth was an amazing story full of hope and love - um, say...what are all of those self-adhesive electrodes for?   (myfoxdc.com) divider line 7
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2013-01-23 01:42:01 PM
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My wife birthed our first child without meds -- not by choice, she just went really fast (40 minutes). From the standing-by-and-helplessly-watching-a-loved-one-go-through-pain perspective, it was pretty horrible. Fortunately, there appears to be something in the female mind that blocks memories of that crap, because she wanted another one a few months later.

The birth of our 2nd child was surreal. She got the epidural in time and she was beaming with happiness throughout the entire affair. According to her, there was no pain.

I don't understand the perspective that men must experience this pain in some way. Men don't walk around casually saying stupid stuff like: "Hey, that hurt more than child birth." Also, if your wife wants to see you go through pain just for the hell of it, run. Fast. I _never_ want to see my spouse in pain. Or my children. Or my pets. Because I'm not psychotic.

On a side note, A LOT of people walk around saying stupid stuff like: "I have a migraine". These people are idiots. You can recognize them because they can actually walk and talk -- people with true migraines don't do either of those things.
2013-01-23 12:30:19 PM
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Marine1: We get it: you're special because you have a vagina, and men are lesser because they don't have one.


We're special because we're softer and prettier than you.

/take that!
2013-01-23 12:27:15 PM
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I had kidney stones twice. I have a woman who is a friend who also had kidney stones. She told me she'd rather give birth again.
I couldn't even bend to stand up I was in so much pain. 3 shots of morphine and then a shot of dye and i passed it. It was no bigger than 1/2 a grain of rice, if that. Seriously, the piece of stone.salt/calcium that came out of the end of my dick was no bigger that this * (on your keyboard) and I felt a burning and back pain like I'd tore all the muscles in my lower back.
The second time I had *really* bad cramps like gas. I toughed it out. i was concerned and was on the phone with urologist 20 seconds after I tried to pee for the 4th time and did, and BLOOD CAME OUT OF MY DICK!!! Thankfully a guy in my unit had the same thing happen to him so i knew what it was.

Me: "Um, Hello, yes, I peed Blood"
Dr office: "Oh we can see you on Tuesday"
Me: "You.Don't. Understand" BLOOD CAME OUT OF MY DICK!!"
Dr Office." It's ok we'll see you on Tuesday (This was Friday)
Me: HELLLOOOOOO, DICK!!! PEE. BLOOD
Dr Office: Yes, I understand, You're not dying. Come see us Tuesday and we'll check it out.
Me: WTFF- OK then.

/sometimes the stones can be sharp and can nick a capillary and that happens.
2013-01-23 12:24:29 PM
1 votes:
We get it: you're special because you have a vagina, and men are lesser because they don't have one.
2013-01-23 12:18:39 PM
1 votes:
Unless birthing a child actually does feel like electronic shocks for mom, this experiment simulates nothing.
2013-01-23 12:14:19 PM
1 votes:
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2013-01-23 12:13:30 PM
1 votes:
This should be mandatory for all men.

/Bring it on!
/Bring it on!
/Bring on the PAIN!
 
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