Pregnancy App Article: "What to expect: Crowning"

Week 36
What to expect: Crowning
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Burn, baby, burn
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"Love," sang Johnny Cash, "is a burning thing." Johnny wasn’t wrong. Although, not all women experience the ‘burning sensation’ as the baby’s head crowns, so you could get lucky. 

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Very distinctive feeling. First time, I remember shouting 'It's burning!' The midwife nodded knowingly. Baby was born within minutes. Second time, when I felt the ring of fire I shouted 'It's coming now!' and the midwife had a quick look and said 'Yes the head is right there.' Baby was born in minutes.
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No, I definitely didn't. First labour was epidural so doesn't count. But second had no pain medication at all.
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Absofuckinglutely I did! I don't think it’s something you forget!
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I didn’t feel it. I do remember when my son was crowning, feeling very clearly that my whole pelvis was FULL of his head, like I could feel it bone on bone. It didn't hurt as such, just a rather unpleasant overwhelming feeling! It was over quickly though.
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Stung like hell. No pain relief though and a child with a head above the 99.4 percentile line. Was bound to smart slightly.
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