Pregnant woman plays soccer game on her phone while giving birth to a baby in the labor ward

Video: Pregnant woman plays soccer game on her phone while giving birth to a baby in the labor ward

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During labor pain is caused by uterine muscular contractions and pressure on the cervix. The discomfort can be felt as a deep cramp in the chest, groin and back, as well as a sensation of achyness. Some women often experience pain in their sides or in their thighs.

Many causes of labor pain include pressure from the baby’s head on the bladder and bowels, and stretching of the birth canal and vagina.

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For every woman, pain during labour is different. This varies widely between woman and child, and from pregnancy to pregnancy. Women experience labor pain differently — it feels like menstrual cramps for some; intense pressure for others; and extremely strong waves sound like diarrheal cramps for others.

It is often not the pain of each contraction alone that women find the worst, but the fact that the contractions keep coming — and that there is less and less time between contractions to recover as labor progresses.

The video proves the woman is very brave.

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