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Re: OT/The Joys of Auntiehood

In a message dated 2/18/06 9:25:57 PM, lindsey@mallorn.com writes:

> I have a co-worker with kidney stones and it sounds painful enough; I can't
> imagine trying to pass a child.

Chris, I have had 3 children.   2 of the births were labeled difficult but I 
can tell you from experience not as tough as a kidney stone.   When I went to 
the hospital emergence, the doctor asked me to describe the pain.   My answer 
was 'like hard labor pains with no release'.   He said that is the description 
most women   give.

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