Nigerian moms share their childbirth experiences and it's totally mind-blowing

Nigerian moms share their childbirth experiences and it's totally mind-blowing

Pregnancy and childbirth is a very beautiful thing and it is one of the most wonderous gifts given to human beings. The idea of creating another human being is exceptional.

Just like every great thing that has a downside, pregnancy and childbirth comes with it's complications and it varies for every woman.

The stages of pregnancy can be smooth and easy for one woman and be the difficult for another. Childbirth can also be smooth and easy for one woman and be extremly difficult for another.

There have been stories of women who go into labour and give birth in two to three hours and some would be in labour room for two to three days. But those are the things we hear, what about those things that are not told to people about pregnancy?

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Some Nigerian moms who have experienced childbirth once or twice share experiences that are rarely communicated to expecting mothers.

These women took to social media to talk about reasons why they are reluctant and unwilling to have another child or why they wish to wait few years before they have another.

According to them, no one tells a woman how childbirth can be dangerous. They revealed that for some women, things would never be the same again.

A Nigerian mother identified as Ozzy Etomi who began the conversation noted that there can be memory loss after childbirth.

Read conversation below:

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