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have an epidural
I'm a guy...
indeed.epidural is just pain med so why the hell did you vote to have a child burst out and kill you over some drugs??
You really think natural childbirth results in your death? How the hell are humans still around then?
death has no limit, you can still die, drugged or not from childbirth if the doctors aren't prepared for every logical event
errrr excessive pain can cause a heart attack which can lead to death..which is obvious...which is one reason epidurals and pain meds are used. If pain was JUST a feeling, doctors wouldn't give it out, it(meds) does have its cons
well this is a no brainer for a guy :P
Would birth out of my ass then?
You don't get a medal for natural child birth..... In my opinion... Drug me up thanks.
Well you should, there are too many wimps around these days.
I'll take the drugs thanks - chances are if/when I have kids I'll have twins and if I did that with no pain meds I would probably die.
Natural childbirth is proven to ensure a much closer bond with your baby, actually.
I'd rather just not be pregnant. Ever.
You'd never know the joy that comes with having a child. You would just die with no lineage to take your place.
childbirth in movies is not pretty O.o
Childbirth in movies is nothing like real childbirth. It is much harder. Most of those women have never even had children.
As opposed to real childbirth, which is like a sunset in Venice. Is that what you're saying?
research epidural before you choose natural childbirth.
Clearly the half that want a natural child birth are mostly men.
Not true, I have had a child naturally and wouldn't go near pain meds. Well I would if I wanted my vagina ripped to shreds cause I can't feel it
You bond better with the young, and are more intact without forced labor and epidurals.
Show me the study
For the bonding.
Good on you for asking for the proof. Too few people do.
Aparently I can't do HTML here....
Epidurals, not C-section. That doesn't mean you can't naturally have a child with painkillers.
Natural birth? Fuck that shit.
Why in hell would anyone choose natural childbirth? It's like going into surgery and turning down the anesthetic. You're CHOOSING to feel pain for no discernible reason, weirdos.
Not like I'm having any brats. Not in this world
those people who say natural childbirth....never had children.
Well I had a natural birth, not by choice and that is one thing I will NEVER do again.
Epidural is not the problem with hospital births. It's the dilaudid increasing the attention to the pain, and the synthetic oxytosin increasing the pain itself. The combination of which inhibits the hormones that are key in attaching the mother to her child.
Being male is fun.
Clearly the people who voted for natural childbirth have never had children. I have. Epidural all the way.
Yeahhhhh, you're going to want the epidural
I'm a guy... so either one would be horribly disturbing. o.e
I'll choose the one that involves the least pain.
To those who picked Natural, more power to you. I salute you. You are a better woman than I am. Now gimme my epidural before my body tears itself in half.
Clearly most of the people on here haven't had children, speaking from experience natural all the way. Epis are for pussies. Also if you have an epi you can't walk afterwards, sucks to be you. If you can't handle the pain, don't have children.. Simple.
I have watched you comment on several point in this and you really need to stop being so judgemental of everyone. Why should someone have to go through pain that can be avoided just so they can match your standards? Why should they give up decades of joy because they can't handle hours of pain? Did you ever have your mouth numbed for dental surgery? Well no, you deserve fucked up teeth becayse you couldn't take the pain and are unworthy of the prize of proper teeth. You cunt.
I'd rather experience it. Because I only want one child. That way I would never want another.
I only clicked to see the percent
Childbirth is one of my biggest fears...
Depends how big the child's going to be /:
"Epidural analgesia is one of the most striking examples of the medicalization of normal birth, transforming a physiological event into a medical procedure."
World Health Organization
My mom said epidural barely works. It helps, but it still hurts
Gay man so I don't really know
Wait, why would you want an epidural? It means something has gone wrong and your child can't get out of you naturally. I would like to avoid that stress while already having the stress of getting a baby.
That's not what it means.
I'm not a woman anyways, it would be my wife's choice.
I be a guy...I can take it
I'm a dude....
I don't understand the benefits of not using the drug.
Do you people not know what an epidural is?
Yeah, having an epidural sounds a whole lot better and easier than trying to get a child out by any means possible, ya know, due to me being a male and all...
I've had 3 kids, 1 natural & 2 epidurals. You can't really predict what's going to happen in labor & delivery...when my goddaughter was born, her mother chose an epidural and it never kicked in!
After that things wouldn't seem so painful..
Im a dude..
i don't know what red meant
Statistics say natrual childbirth is better for the babys health and less chance of SIDS or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome as well as many common problems like athsma or diabetes
I love how guys on this one are like "f you woman, have fun with that saggy twat!"
Alien chest burster.
i m an fucking guy for fuck sake!
I'm a guy so if I give it natural..... Holy fuckballs that would hurt...
If it were possible, I think I'd actually want to experience it.
Why do I get this when I set it to give me male question?
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