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www.epi-no.co.uk/howitworks.aspI am NOT KEEN, although he seems to be. Should I lock myself in the bathroom till he gives up?
Tell him to shove it up his arse ..seriously though I wouldn't try it it looks scary .
Well, I suppose at least he's involved with the pregnancy
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that's the dodgiest thing i ever saw! why on earth would anyone want to use that????
HAHAHAHAH this made me giggle. I was once asked if I was "stretching" in preperation of the birth of my DD... I think I had the stunned rabbit face for about 2 days after... my MW asked infront of then DP and his mother... .I wouldnt fancy one of those
Sod that for a game of fairies...
He wants to be involved, it's just that I don't think that, um, devices are the way to go.He's now upset because I ran away. I will have to explain when he calms down that I appreciate his involvement, but am unconvinced of the benefits of this particular gizmo.
Dear god, he paid £90 for it. No wonder he's cross.
I'm guessing the preloved market for them isn't brilliant...
well, women have been giving birth for centuries without having to shove balloons up their fannies.there's being involved and there's subjecting your pregnant wife to some sort of torture. this is the latter!!!!
I am extremely unconvinced too! Try and stay upright to labour and especially to birth (in water too if poss)...much more likely to help you have a straightforward birth than that thing!! HTH
fuck thatall the fun of stretching for labour without the baby at the end
hmm..i thought shoving things up there increased the transmission of bacteria anwya?tell him to try it first
i can't imagine what would possess you to buy that for someone without checking they'd want to use it first!!!
Not only that, but I've just searched Medline for it, and the only thing that comes up is some poor woman who got a venous embolism (air bubble in the bloodstream) from using one.It's going straight back to the manufacturer.
good for you tellism, id send your hubby back to the manufacturer too!
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