Question by Chelsilynn:
A question for all those mothers or pregnant mommies…?

I’m not pregnant or anything, and I am not planning on getting pregnant for a long time because I am only sixteen. But I do know for sure that I want children when I am older. Lately I have been more aware of what it takes to go through pregnancies and taking care of kids, and I am taking a childcare class in school.
Now this may sound like a naive question, but it has been bothering me lately… how did it make you feel knowing that people were sitting there watching you give childbirth? At any point at all (before during or after giving birth) did you feel awkward about it? For you pregnant mommies, are you uneasy about the doctors, the baby’s dad, your parents or whoever there will be watching you give birth? I am not sure I want people looking at my genitals like that! But will I even care by the time it comes to giving birth? Thanks a bunch!


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Answer by PiA && CHRiS
when going through labor you dont care whos there, all your thinking is I WANT THIS BABY OUT! =]

Answer by curious
when you are giving birth you are in so much pain you dont care who is there and what they see as long as they get it out.

Answer by jennlavicious
no, never.

i was in so much pain and eager to get my kid out i did not care who got a look at my hoohah.

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