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Unlike the adorable new moms you see cradling their newborns on TV, real life labor and delivery is a lot less pretty. It can take hours longer than you expect. You might poop yourself. Your beautiful baby may come out kind of smooshed and misshapen. Oh, yeah, and your vagina may lose it completely. Most new moms expect some kind of life adjustment after having a baby : stress, sleepless nights and a few dirty diaper blowouts.
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17 Women Describe What A Vaginal Birth Actually Feels Like

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What really happens to your vagina before, during, and after giving birth

Will your perineum the tissue between the vaginal opening and the rectum stretch or tear on its own? Or will your practitioner deem it necessary to do an episiotomy an incision in the perineum to allow the baby to come out that's done fairly rarely these days? And how long will it take for your vagina to heal after delivery? Just as every labor and delivery is different, so is every woman. But knowing what to expect and how to help things along will hopefully ease your mind. You have enough already on your mind, after all! Your body is made to do this!
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My vagina was badly injured after giving birth. Why was getting help so hard?

Back to Your pregnancy and baby guide. All women, whether they're pregnant or not, have some vaginal discharge starting a year or two before puberty and ending after the menopause. How much discharge you have changes from time to time. It usually gets heavier just before your period. When you're pregnant, it's normal to have more discharge than before.
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A searchable database of the laws, people, organizations, and litigation involved in sexual and reproductive health and justice in the United States. A few months later, Darlene Cunha did the same thing several times in her op-ed for the Washington Post. And in a country where one in three women will give birth via surgery , the words we use to talk about how babies are born matter. First of all, the avoidance of proper terms for cisgender female anatomy in relation to childbirth is indicative of a serious, profoundly scary misogyny embedded in our cultural vocabulary.

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