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Pregnancy Horror and Conspiracy Anonymous 1507

Not sure if this belongs here, but does anyone else find the idea of being pregnant and giving birth truly horrifying?

There are so many ways that babies can ruin your body and health. You're literally having something growing inside you and sucking the life out.

I knew none of this before I started researching pregnancy out of curiosity. I kinda feel like there's a conspiracy to keep this out of mainstream knowledge so women keep being naive human incubators for men and because men don't care about women's issues.

NSFL pic related - up to 80% of women will tear to some degree (they actually used to cut ahead of tearing happening as it's that common) :
https://blogs.webmd.com/womens-health/20190930/vaginal-tearing-what-every-pregnant-woman-should-know

Anonymous 1508

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>>1507
Sorry, meant to spoil the image.

Anonymous 1509

AFC2EF7D-713F-4D2C…

Baby is the size of pumpkin by the time you have to squeeze it out. Yikes!

Anonymous 1511

PTSD from traumatic births
>millions of women worldwide develop PTSD…from struggling to give birth
>Women with trauma may feel fear, helplessness or horror about their experience and suffer recurrent, overwhelming memories, flashbacks, thoughts and nightmares about the birth, feel distressed, anxious or panicky when exposed to things which remind them of the event, and avoid anything that reminds them of the trauma, which can include talking about it
>postnatal PTSD was only formally recognised in the 1990s…This effectively implied that before this change, childbirth was deemed too common to be highly traumatic – despite the life-changing injuries, and sometimes deaths, women can suffer
https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20190424-the-hidden-trauma-of-childbirth

Postpartum psychosis
>I became convinced that I was the actress Cameron Diaz and had secretly moved to Australia to have my baby
>Barack Obama was coming to Australia to discuss how to catch paedophiles with me
>I could control dogs with my mind
>Barack Obama was coming to Australia to discuss how to catch paedophiles with me; I could control dogs with my mind
https://www.bbc.com/news/stories-48259367

Anonymous 1513

This thread glows very hard.

Anonymous 1514

>>1513
How so? It strikes me as a pretty standard thread.

Anonymous 1515

>>1513
Is that some pregnancy glow joke?

Anonymous 1517

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>>1514
>>1515
>There are so many ways that babies can ruin your body and health.
Nobody said pregnancy was easy. Your creating and bearing life. ''Ruining your body'', 'I guess I won't be able to keep my Victoria's Secret body forever, might as well not have any kids tho I want to. How bad!! ' C'mmon, my body will get worse by age, I'm not challengim the Grimm Reaper to a duel for this.
You need to change yur perspective in order to keep your health (an your baby's) good. You'll have to eat more and and way healthier.And also do exercise.

>I kinda feel like there's a conspiracy to keep this out of mainstream knowledge so women keep being naive human incubators for men and because men don't care about women's issues.

Having kids doesn't make you an incubator. You have the logic of a potato, a glowig potato

>NSFL pic related - up to 80% of women will tear to some degree (they actually used to cut ahead of tearing happening as it's that common)

Yes, and then they sew you back. It's usually not big deal. I had a tumor removed from my bone hip and they had to cut skin and muscle in order to take it out. It sucked having a scar healing for two weeks, but the tumor was out and that was what I cared about. Imagine this but with no illness and at the end you have your baby, it sounds good to me. Seems like you don't understand that sometimes doctors need to modify your body for a while.

>Baby is the size of pumpkin by the time you have to squeeze it out. Yikes!

Do you have a problem with pumpkins? Haha, and you say ''pumpkin'' like there's only one size of pumpkins. Yikes to your taste in vegetables.

>PTSD from traumatic births

You article says only 4% of mother develope it. There are people prone to depression, there are pople prone to anxiety, there are people prone to anything. And ''WORLDWIDE'' in that article means that you are taking into account women that life in terrible conditions: under age wifes, harems, women living is countries were rape is not persecuted. Of course these people have PSTD, thay probably don't even have the necessary medical equipment for not being in pain durng giving birth, meybe not even to cut the umbilicl cord and remove the placenta.

>I became convinced that I was the actress Cameron Diaz and had secretly moved to Australia to have my baby

>Barack Obama was coming to Australia to discuss how to catch paedophiles with me
>I could control dogs with my mind
>Barack Obama was coming to Australia to discuss how to catch paedophiles with me; I could control dogs with my mind

Cherry-picking.

Anonymous 1518

>'I guess I won't be able to keep my Victoria's Secret body forever, might as well not have any kids tho I want to.
You can get diabetes, heart problems, and mental health issues. Not everyone gets that as they age.

>Having kids doesn't make you an incubator.

Women around the world are treated as incubators by men. Why do you think older men prefer younger wives? They are easier to manipulate and control. Surrogacy women are straight up incubators.

>Seems like you don't understand that sometimes doctors need to modify your body for a while.

Yikes, you think having your genitals cut and torn is no big deal? Women leak urine the rest of their lives and suffer uterine prolapse because their muscles there are ruined. It’s not just a simple cut and sew.

>Yikes to your taste in vegetables.

I’m not from the US, pumpkin is not commonly eaten here. The “pumpkin” size comes from charts, not me.

>Of course these people have PSTD, thay probably don't even have the necessary medical equipment for not being in pain durng giving birth, meybe not even to cut the umbilicl cord and remove the placenta.

This happens in first world countries as well. You sound a bit dumb here. Women are regularly denied pain medicine or control over their own bodies when giving birth.

>Cherry-picking.

They’re literally all from the same one article I linked which was on the first page of results. Do you not how psychosis works?

Protip: Next try you try to debunk something, actually do some reading first so you can cite sources and maybe even know what you’re writing about.

Anonymous 1519

>>1517
Everything you've described here - pregnancy not being easy, losing your figure, needing to eat and exercise more, getting cut open and sewn back up, pushing large things out of you, postpartum PTSD, postpartum psychosis - are all valid reasons for a woman to choose not to have a child. What's wrong with that?

Anonymous 1521

>>1518
>You can get diabetes, heart problems, and mental health issues. Not everyone gets that as they age.
Facts about gestational diabetes:
Who's at risk of gestational diabetes

Any woman can develop gestational diabetes during pregnancy, but you're at an increased risk if:

-Your body mass index (BMI) is above 30 – use the healthy weight calculator to work out your BMI
-You previously had a baby who weighed 4.5kg (10lb) or more at birth
-You had gestational diabetes in a previous pregnancy
1 of your parents or siblings has diabetes
-You are of south Asian, Black, African-Caribbean or Middle Eastern origin (even if you were born in the UK)

[article:https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/gestational-diabetes/]


>Women around the world are treated as incubators by men.

The we must change society, not stop having kids. Are you not having sex because society is calling you a slut or are you educating people?

>Yikes, you think having your genitals cut and torn is no big deal?

Learn how to read properly, because I didn't said that. You love drama, don't you?

>I’m not from the US, pumpkin is not commonly eaten here. The “pumpkin” size comes from charts, not me.

Still a dumb image.

>Women are regularly denied pain medicine or control over their own bodies when giving birth.

There is a risk involving anesthesia during giving birth, it can also result in respiratory depression in the newborn baby. Check it here.https://www.healthline.com/health/pregnancy/pain-general-anesthesia#risks

>I’m not from the US, pumpkin is not commonly eaten here. The “pumpkin” size comes from charts, not me.

Then why the hell do you say yikes?

>They’re literally all from the same one article I linked which was on the first page of results. Do you not how psychosis works?

The article is cherry-picking. Post-partum psychosis usually only lasts for a few days. Then. as any mental illnes, must be treated during some time. But you are f exagerating this whole thing too much.The causes must give you a clue. You sound like you're exposing some uknown unpredictable horror.
Causes

We're not really sure what causes postpartum psychosis, but you're more at risk if you:

-Have a family history of mental health illness, particularly postpartum psychosis (even if you have no history of mental illness)
-Already have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder or schizophrenia
-you have a traumatic birth or pregnancy
-y¡you developed postpartum psychosis after a previous pregnancy
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/post-partum-psychosis/

>Protip: Next try you try to debunk something, actually do some reading first so you can cite sources and maybe even know what you’re writing about.

I don't have to read about retards like you to be able to point them out, I could see you in the dark, because you glow.

>>1519
I'm not against women chosing not havink kids because of the reasons you've listed, I'm answeing to this dumb thread because it's a fucking shill. This retard is starting a thread like this:
>does anyone else find the idea of being pregnant and giving birth truly horrifying?

>There are so many ways that babies can ruin your body and health. You're literally having something growing inside you and sucking the life out.


Don't you see his intentions? FFS

Anonymous 1522

>>1518
>Facts about gestational diabetes:
You just confirmed that diabetes from pregnancy was a thing. Not sure what you were trying for there.

>The we must change society, not stop having kids.

Again confirming.

>Learn how to read properly, because I didn't said that. You love drama, don't you?

"Yes, and then they sew you back. It's usually not big deal…Blah blah something about me that doesn't relate to the thread…Imagine this but with no illness and at the end you have your baby, it sounds good to me. Seems like you don't understand that sometimes doctors need to modify your body for a while."

>Still a dumb image.

Because what? It compares the size of a baby to something everyday? What would you prefer, the cubic volume?

>There is a risk involving anesthesia during giving birth, it can also result in respiratory depression in the newborn baby.

Again, confirming.

>Then why the hell do you say yikes?

Because I know the size of a standard pumpkin. It's not that hard.

>The article is cherry-picking.

It's literally one woman's account. You still haven't read it, have you?

>I could see you in the dark, because you glow.

What does this even mean? Btw, it isn't cool to use "retard" as an insult anymore.

>Don't you see his intentions?

I'm not male.

Anonymous 1523

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>>1522
>You just confirmed that diabetes from pregnancy was a thing. Not sure what you were trying for there.
I never denied it being a thing. Having the causes in front of you makes you relise what kind of people are prone to it and how related is to overweight and actual diabetes.

>Again confirming.

?

Yes, what sounds good to me is that you have your baby, not that you need dtitches. Again, learn how to read. And it's really ususally not big dealbecause is not that common. For example in the UK.
[article: https://www.rcog.org.uk/en/patients/patient-leaflets/third--or-fourth-degree-tear-during-childbirth/]

>In the UK, a third- or fourth-degree tear (also known as obstetric anal sphincter injury – OASI) occurs in about 3 in 100 women having a vaginal birth. It is more common with a first vaginal birth, occurring in 6 in 100 women, compared with 2 in 100 women who have previously had a vaginal birth.


>Because what? It compares the size of a baby to something everyday?

Well, it's not an everyday thing for many people that don't usually eat pumpkins in their countries.

>Because I know the size of a standard pumpkin. It's not that hard.

And does the size of a standard pumpkin makes you yikes?

>It's literally one woman's account. You still haven't read it, have you?

And you using it when trying to make a point about psychosis makes you a cherry-picker.

>Btw, it isn't cool to use "retard" as an insult anymore.

Should I care?

Anonymous 1524

>>1523
>In the UK, a third- or fourth-degree tear (also known as obstetric anal sphincter injury – OASI) occurs in about 3 in 100 women having a vaginal birth.
As written in the OP, up to 80% of women will tear to some degree (they actually used to cut ahead of tearing happening as it's that common) :
https://blogs.webmd.com/womens-health/20190930/vaginal-tearing-what-every-pregnant-woman-should-know
Any type of genital tearing is horrific and no baby is worth that.

>Well, it's not an everyday thing for many people that don't usually eat pumpkins in their countries.

Is this supposed to be some smart comeback because I said pumpkins are not commonly eaten where I am? Have you never heard of Hallowe'en or even just seeing things in photos?

>And does the size of a standard pumpkin makes you yikes?

The idea of pushing it of my vagina, yes.

>And you using it when trying to make a point about psychosis makes you a cherry-picker.

I already said it was one of the first results that came up. I doubt you're going to find a nice calm psychosis account anywhere but feel free to prove me wrong.

>Should I care?

Says a lot about you that you defend childbirth, either because you've already done it or want to one day, but don't care about something that might affect someone else and their feelings. Hope you don't have a child that has any learning problems.

I honestly can't tell if you're trolling or just dumb.

Anonymous 1525

Spoiler

I am absolutely terrified over the thought of giving birth. If I was pregnant I probably try to hurt myself. My biggest fear is getting postpartum depression.
If I ever get to the point where I want a child and can take care of it properly, with out money being a concern, I'll adopt. I'm not one those people who can't love a child simply because it's not blood related. If anything that would make me love it more.

Anonymous 1526

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>>1524
>Any type of genital tearing is horrific and no baby is worth that.
Yes it is.
>Have you never heard of Hallowe'en or even just seeing things in photos?
What do you think?

>The idea of pushing it of my vagina, yes.

Babies don't go out of vaginas in the shape of pumpkins, their head usually comes the fist and the the rest of the body bits by bits, which are absolutely not the size of a regular pumpkin.

>I already said it was one of the first results that came up. I doubt you're going to find a nice calm psychosis account anywhere but feel free to prove me wrong.

Not cherry-picking in the concret aspect of psychosis but in the fact that you post this to enhance your horror-based idea of what pregnancy is like.

>>Says a lot about you that you defend childbirth, either because you've already done it or want to one day, but don't care about something that might affect someone else and their feelings. Hope you don't have a child that has any learning problems.

You said:
>Btw, it isn't cool to use "retard" as an insult anymore.
What I don't care about is that you say it's not cool anymore. Learn how to read.

>I honestly can't tell if you're trolling or just dumb.

Are these the two categories you have for people that disagree with you?

>If I was pregnant I probably try to hurt myself.

This girl here, tho, is retarded with no doubt.

Anonymous 1547




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