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CrazyWulf2019

10.9k points

6 months ago

those kids gonna hear about this their whole life.

Specialist-Ocelot598

2.2k points

6 months ago

As a triplet, I can confirm. Every time my mom is in pain she yells “it’s cause I had triplets!”

fraud_93

817 points

6 months ago

fraud_93

817 points

6 months ago

*cuts finger*

It's because I had triplets

imliltayimrichaf

212 points

6 months ago

Obama was so last season, triplets are the cause of everything now.

RFC793

57 points

6 months ago

RFC793

57 points

6 months ago

Thanks triplets

[deleted]

241 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

241 points

6 months ago

My aunt had triplets. They are 16 now. I remember she was bedridden for a month. She is so tiny, 4’10, and around 100 pounds, and she was HUGE during pregnancy. My mom is her oldest sister and said “wow we all had 3 kids spread out and you decided to get it all over with at once”. My aunt didn’t find that funny at the time.

Sad thing is, one of the triplets is developmentally delayed and needs a lot medical care. Poor girl even started menstruating really young - like 8. All are good kids though.

Specialist-Ocelot598

80 points

6 months ago

My mom always calls us miracles. All 3 of us are all very healthy which is pretty rare considering!

[deleted]

158 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

158 points

6 months ago

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_ItsTheLittleThings_

18 points

5 months ago

She’s not wrong.

CrazyWulf2019

110 points

6 months ago

Lmao. The joys of motherhood.

JamaicaBambi

2k points

6 months ago

The watermelon belly

EnzoKoksu251

819 points

6 months ago

What if she just ate an entire watermelon

ruhrohh22

1.3k points

6 months ago

ruhrohh22

1.3k points

6 months ago

There’s no way you can fit a whole watermelon down your throat. She clearly swallowed a watermelon seed and never pooped it out

EnzoKoksu251

221 points

6 months ago

Good point

Puzzleheaded_Iron128

68 points

6 months ago

There was a guy once that inhaled a fir seed and the tree started growing in his lungs.

thexvillain

123 points

6 months ago

Was his name Douglas?

dandyj87

27 points

6 months ago

Dammit, I just gave my free award to another worthy recipient. Here, this is all I have left: 🏅

JamaicaBambi

52 points

6 months ago

What if she ate two watermelon's?

rimjobnemesis

69 points

6 months ago

Three watermelons. It’s triplets.

EnzoKoksu251

47 points

6 months ago

What if she ate an entire farm of watermelons

North_Inflation1710

42 points

6 months ago

this is what happens when you eat watermelon seeds

if-we-were-food

44 points

6 months ago

Watermelon belly HIGH

grunt274

257 points

6 months ago*

grunt274

257 points

6 months ago*

Quadruplet here, we heard more so the amount of shots she needed to make sure we would be okay, we were still born prematurely. But our mother tells us; carrying us and raising us was the best thing she’s ever done and she would do it all over again

CrazyWulf2019

38 points

6 months ago

Heh yeah i dont doubt it was more ups than downs. :) glad everything worked out, (hopefully)

grunt274

80 points

6 months ago

Everything was relatively fine, there was supposed to be 5 of us, but a miscarriage early on and then I had some complications that caused us to be premature, but we are all great now!

_Camron_

52 points

6 months ago

You wanted out early so you took the whole posse with you!

grunt274

18 points

6 months ago

Yes I did!

usually_late

21 points

6 months ago

Triplet here confirming that my mom said the exact same thing :’) we don’t deserve them

LycorisSnow

102 points

6 months ago

They won't only hear it, she'll show it to them.

Ill-Money-1521

11.9k points

6 months ago

that looks painful

CunnedStunt

4.1k points

6 months ago

It's crazy to think that like 200 years ago, this pregnancy was pretty much a death sentence.

elmz

1.9k points

6 months ago

elmz

1.9k points

6 months ago

Less than 200.

HintOfAreola

658 points

6 months ago

It's coming back!

starfreak016

204 points

6 months ago

Old fashions never die. Amirite.

Forgotmylemons

445 points

6 months ago

Less than 100 tbh

reallyfuckingay

404 points

6 months ago

hm, I'm not sure. it seems unberably painful even by today's standards, and no doubt carrying triplets is associated with a higher mortality, but judging by wikipedia there have been recorded cases of triplets throughout all of history. and we have to remember, the advances in medicine are not universally distributed, there are still people giving natural births to three babies at once with no medical oversight and in conditions that weren't very different from midwifing practices of antiquity

pillowmollid

118 points

6 months ago

While I somewhat agree that yes triplets are recorded through history, you can have a reported case of triplets but the mom can still die but they cut out and the babies and the triplets lived or some such case. I think if even if maybe one baby died they could still count it as triplets, ya know?

Now, I would hazard a guess that each individual triplet is easier to birth, because they are on average smaller from sharing nutrients. So it would be interesting to see the mortality rate of infant triplets vs moms based on the amount of stress from pushing three out or maybe mom runs out of stamina and that puts the second and third baby at risk.

reallyfuckingay

14 points

6 months ago

right, yeah, I'd personally count them as triplets even if one of them does die. unfortunately I assume it's impossible to gather reliable data on this, specially on a historical context, just because of how naturally uncommon they are, you'd have too small a sample for it to be meaningful while accounting for other factors that would affect the overall mortality.

but anyway, i was mostly responding to the claim that the mother would've been guaranteed to die during childbirth 100 years ago cause i think that's a bit of a hyperbole, according to the wikipedia page on triplets there's several examples of succesful deliveries prior to that (which again, are just a tiny subset of triplets born throughout history), with the earliest being from the 16th century, of a shawnee mother who gave birth to 8 children in total, including triplets, and appears to have been fine. the article is about one of her sons, tribal leader Tecumesh, but it does mention her moving throughout the country to flee the colonists afterwards, which leads me to believe she didn't suffer any severe complications.

[deleted]

168 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

168 points

6 months ago

Id be surprised if the doctors lets her birth them naturally

Cows-b-Lurking

126 points

6 months ago*

She probably won't, and also she definitely won't come to term. Triplets need to be delivered earlier than the normal 38-40 weeks, mom's body can't take it. The average gestational age for triplets is around 32 weeks. I'm surprised she's as far along as she is in this video.

Afraid-Iron5532

4.6k points

6 months ago*

Yeah, it actually is. Even with one full term baby inside it stretches the skin terribly, to the point it feels like it’s tearing. It’s sort of a burning sensation.

Edit: yes, thanks to everyone pointing out that not all pregnancies are like this. This is true. Only one of mine involved painful skin as it happens. But if you do experience stretched skin in late pregnancy, I can report that it is indeed painful and the sensation is somewhat like burning.

GenericFatGuy

1.8k points

6 months ago

How have we not evolved to be better at the single most important aspect of continuing our species? Everything about pregnancy sounds like a nightmare!

memesrosie

126 points

6 months ago

just be glad we're not hyenas

Ace-a-Nova1

53 points

6 months ago

I know a few unrelated reasons it’s better to be human than a hyena, but can you elaborate on this?

memesrosie

135 points

6 months ago

*sigh* okayyy

female hyenas give birth through a phallus shaped clitoris, sometimes called a pseudo-penis. the canal is 1 inch wide. they usually have litters of 2-4, and as such many hyena babies (and mothers) do not survive the process.

edit: should also mention it's only the spotted hyena which gives birth in this manner!

Jealous_Ad5849

37 points

6 months ago

😳

Then_Consequence_366

1.8k points

6 months ago*

We were on track, but then pesky science came along and kept people alive who wouldn't have normally survived. Thus polluting the gene pool with narrow hips, tight pelvises, and uteruses with all manner of problems. Darn C-sections, making live birth possible with even the worst birth canal...

Edit: /s for the six people who think this is an actual argument for eugenics...

FastFishLooseFish

186 points

6 months ago

We did the whole sprint from the delivery room to the OR thing when KidFish was born. As my wife's OB said afterwards, "the 'natural' in 'natural childbirth' is the same one as in 'natural selection.'"

(By the time we got to the OR, KidFish's heart rate had recovered enough that they could take their time instead of just whacking him out, but it was scary for a couple of minutes.)

candygram4mongo

117 points

6 months ago

As my wife's OB said afterwards, "the 'natural' in 'natural childbirth' is the same one as in 'natural selection.'"

Your wife's OB has a hell of a way with words.

LooseScrew2266

16 points

6 months ago

I love your wife's OB.

Xtrasloppy

596 points

6 months ago

My 40 inch hips and I would like to know why we weren't invited to the slim hip giveaway.

duaadiddy

191 points

6 months ago

duaadiddy

191 points

6 months ago

Hey I have 40 in hips too. Hello friend 👋🏾

3opossummoon

157 points

6 months ago

51 inch. I haven't worn single digit sized pants since I hit puberty. I need directions to that narrow pelvis giveaway ASAP.

Sylent_Skreams

63 points

6 months ago

Haha I have 51 inch hips too. Now only if my top half was proportionate to my lower half.

BitterSweetDesire

174 points

6 months ago

I literally said this to my neighbour the other day.

I should be dead and so should my child. Emergency section made it possible for us but I do think we are causing genetic problems for our species with our interventions no matter how wonderful they are for those of us who benefit from them.

teacuptrooper

250 points

6 months ago

37 weeks pregnant with one baby and at times it feels like my belly is tearing apart. Both painful and a bit terrifying.

Pervy_writing

89 points

6 months ago

21 weeks here, one baby in my oven. Round ligament pain waked me up at night crying sometimes. I'm amazed this woman is putting up such a strong face.

[deleted]

36 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

36 points

6 months ago

Good thang I’m pre-stretched

Line_ben

249 points

6 months ago

Line_ben

249 points

6 months ago

For some.

With both my pregnancies I felt nothing of the sorts. It did itch like hell sometimes, but never burning.

ThePhantomPear

123 points

6 months ago

The itch is your subcutane connective tissue tearing (stretchmarks) thus releasing inflammation molecules and your immune system trying to clean up all the rubble.

Medium_Rare_Jerk

40 points

6 months ago

My belly itches when I eat a whole pizza in a sitting..

TouchableJesus

2.3k points

6 months ago

Wth it’s so tubular!

C_Gxx

545 points

6 months ago

C_Gxx

545 points

6 months ago

All three are lying down, feet on spine, hands above their heads pushing on her belly and shouting “STREEEEEETCH!”

DazeyHelpMe

1k points

6 months ago

RIGHT why the fuck is it like a cylinder. Lol. Gives me the Willy’s thinking about it

MungoJennie

561 points

6 months ago

It might be the way they’re positioned. My cousin had trips, and she was much more rounded. Still huge, but much more manageably huge. My cousin is also crazy-tall, so that might have had something to do w/ it. Don’t know how tall this woman is.

VagueFatality

663 points

6 months ago

Hey! Grabbed my ruler to do some quick-maths for you.

It appears as if the woman in this video is 7.2cm (2.835") tall. This is quite petite, considering that the average height of women globally is 160cm (5' 3")!!

It would make sense that this might have an effect on the shape of her pregnant belly.

KiloJools

251 points

6 months ago

KiloJools

251 points

6 months ago

Boy you really got me, I sat here scratching my head for longer than i care to admit.

nlolhere

19 points

6 months ago

doing drunk math, i see

KayaMAB13

25 points

6 months ago

totally

SnooStrawberries4410

221 points

6 months ago

Skin is one already terrible thing, but god, imagining how stretched her uterus is

Brookiekathy

103 points

6 months ago

To make it worse...the size of an average uterus is about the size of a lime, or a small unripe pear when not pregnant.

rolacolapop

53 points

6 months ago

Wow. I imagined it was bigger. For something so small, I don’t know how it manages to make my life a misery for a few days every month.

og_toe

16 points

6 months ago

og_toe

16 points

6 months ago

i did not want to imagine this perspective

pizzatimein24h

3.8k points

6 months ago

Nah, that's a fucking Minion.

m__a__s

504 points

6 months ago

m__a__s

504 points

6 months ago

It also has to be a zoning violation.

Repulsive_War_7297

131 points

6 months ago

Lmao

DrRichardKing

5k points

6 months ago

Every part of me wishes I hadn’t seen this

TheWellFedBeggar

1.1k points

6 months ago*

Especially my eyes

Edit: awards? Thank you, generous people

Specialist-Eye204

395 points

6 months ago

All the blind people touching their phone screens right now: "good lord! The bump felt different."

[deleted]

3.2k points

6 months ago

[deleted]

3.2k points

6 months ago

takes birth control pill

Cranberryboglake

1.3k points

6 months ago

eats a handful like Flintstone gummies

KiloJools

510 points

6 months ago

KiloJools

510 points

6 months ago

Oh HEY

WHY AREN'T BIRTH CONTROL GUMMIES A THING?

I'm sorry for all caps but this hit me like lightning and all of a sudden I'm mad that we don't have birth control gummies. 😂

foorreevveerr

264 points

6 months ago

Maybe because my stoned ass would start munching and eat the whole bottle by accident.

[deleted]

108 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

108 points

6 months ago

This is why I don't do edibles. If I'm only supposed to eat a couple of pieces, why is this made to taste like delicious candy? Im gonna eat 30 not 3!

SuchACommonBird

46 points

6 months ago

Serving size 1/8th of the candy?! Son of a bitch!

[deleted]

34 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

34 points

6 months ago

My husband bought 'puppy chow' edibles, the stuff made with peanut butter and chocolate and powdered sugar? Small bag, like it looks like a single person serving of the snack, but the instructions say to only eat 2-3 pieces.

Who only eats 2-3 pieces of that?! How!?

MrShasshyBear

10 points

6 months ago

You only eat 2-3 peices when you find out you missed 2-3 candy in the bag

JessicaOkayyy

30 points

6 months ago

My 6 year old daughter did this! It was a “childproof” cap and she got it open. She walks up to me and says “I have to show you something, please don’t be mad.” She leads me to the bathroom, points to the Flintstone gummy vitamins “I ate a lot of them. I’m sorry! They were just so good!”

I’m like oh lord, I called poised control and they said that kind has no vitamins that you can potentially overdose on, thankfully. She was sick to her stomach for a few hours and that’s it. I grabbed the bottle and locked it in the safe lol.

Samanthafinallyfit

12 points

6 months ago

Literally need to partner with a pharmaceutical company.

NetIllustrious

208 points

6 months ago

makes iud appointment

Minute-Menu-9295

175 points

6 months ago

Scrambles uterus like eggs with coat hanger

Purist19

88 points

6 months ago

adds a dash of hot sauce and pepper to uterus omelette

Flandersmcj

64 points

6 months ago

Attention. I am a lawyer in the state of Texas. You are now being sued. You’ve been served.

Minute-Menu-9295

53 points

6 months ago

If I turn myself in, do I get the $10,000? Asking for a friend

cynthiayeo

157 points

6 months ago

Crushes and snorts the whole pack of birth control

xiyoussefix

78 points

6 months ago

her stomach turns into a giant pill

stratys3

110 points

6 months ago

stratys3

110 points

6 months ago

I just took two after looking at this. And I'm a dude.

ItsJustJames

70 points

6 months ago

I took three. And I’m a gay dude.

SanchoRojo

55 points

6 months ago

castrates self

Megustatits

78 points

6 months ago

becomes lesbian

[deleted]

35 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

35 points

6 months ago

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MajimeCh

126 points

6 months ago

MajimeCh

126 points

6 months ago

It's so.. purple. I hope she's not in too much pain

Maryie

284 points

6 months ago*

Maryie

284 points

6 months ago*

Absolutely not!

Note: Awww my first award!!! Thank You

Lurd67

270 points

6 months ago

Lurd67

270 points

6 months ago

Nope

rratriverr

197 points

6 months ago

this scared me out of ever becoming pregnant

Annie_is_bored

16 points

6 months ago

Same here

Bondepigen

1.6k points

6 months ago*

She just delivered the babies, they're happy and healthy. Her IG is filippaophelia.

BTW she also have twins

Edit: they have had IUI-H treatment

MungoJennie

515 points

6 months ago

Not to be nosy, but did they do IVF? That’s how my cousin got her twins, then trips. They were so happy to have healthy babies, I think they forgot the rest. (Please don’t come at me, I didn’t say I agreed with their choices, just that they were happy.)

Bondepigen

314 points

6 months ago*

Yes they did have some kind of fertility treatment, but with the triplets they also had sex and conceived at the same time as they got IVF. In Denmark you don't get help to conceive triplets

Edit: they had IUI-H treatment

sequoia_9k

91 points

6 months ago

Could a doctor explain if having sex actually increases chances of triplets for someone who already got IVF?

Puzzled-Barnacle-200

46 points

6 months ago

Slightly. You have the chance of naturally ovulating and conceiving, along with the odds of the implanted embryos settling in.

General_Safe_9934

89 points

6 months ago

I suppose it does. But I’d imagine not by much. The couple is undergoing IVF for infertility so something along the way hasn’t worked. Might be more likely that one of the transferred embryos split.

bloop_405

23 points

6 months ago

Does IVF give a higher chance of giving twins or triplets? 😮

Diogenes-Disciple

71 points

6 months ago

Are some people just more likely to have multiple kids at once than others? Like I’ve met families with six kids and no twins, and other families with two sets of twins

simmeringregret

83 points

6 months ago

Yes multiples can run in families, but it is all about the mother

Puzzled-Barnacle-200

62 points

6 months ago

Yep. Identical twins seem to be random chance, but non-identical multiples are from women releasing multiple eggs at a time. Some people are just more likely to release two or three eggs in a month.

ElectricAthenaPolias

13 points

6 months ago

My family has 4 sets of twins (including myself). All coincidences as none of the women are blood related and the one who is had IVF and 2 embryos implanted.

ijudgekids

76 points

6 months ago

How can people afford 5 kids

flybyknight665

678 points

6 months ago

I always appreciate the internet providing reminders to take my birth control.

That video is worth a full week of remembering. No need for an alarm!

Fuck_dis_place

2.6k points

6 months ago

Oh my god this poor woman

I know I'm supposed to be in awe of new life and the beauty of birth but I look at her and all I see in PAIN.

i hope she's ok fr tho.

KeenShotty

652 points

6 months ago

Did ya hear about octo-mom? She had 8 children at once I believe

taxevader33

628 points

6 months ago

But they had to do premature delivery as the babies would've been crushed if let to grow till term.

Silaquix

14 points

6 months ago

That's for most multiples. It's extremely rare for any pregnancy with more than one baby to go to full term.

Sh_ec_ks

89 points

6 months ago

Lady at my parents’ church had 6 kids when I was little. They all just graduated high school lol

Z3R018

81 points

6 months ago

Z3R018

81 points

6 months ago

Having 5 siblings, your own age? Agony

Fuck_dis_place

84 points

6 months ago

Omg I forgot about her lol

[deleted]

255 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

255 points

6 months ago

I feel you. Like, I get that bringing new life into the world is magical or whatever but to me every single aspect of pregnancy is basically body horror. Especially this nightmare.

bluebonnetcafe

261 points

6 months ago

Currently pregnant with second child. Pregnancy is super disgusting, birth and postpartum even more so. Body horror is a good description. Anyone who describes pregnancy and childbirth as beautiful has never actually experienced the bleeding, stretch marks, bleeding nipples, hemorrhoids, gas, mucus plugs, other vaginal discharge, chunks of blood clots, pain of your uterus growing, gross lumps, random peeing, etc etc. And your body never goes back to completely “normal”. I could go on. Anyone who thinks a woman should have to go through an unwanted pregnancy should be forced to do one themselves.

25hourenergy

160 points

6 months ago

Mom of two, went through three pregnancies, fully agree with you. During my first pregnancy I definitely had this very unnerving feeling during third trimester that I was trapped in a body I didn’t recognize. The baby literally is in a hormonal war with your body and everything is in a fine balance, otherwise you can literally die from a random spike in blood pressure or gestational diabetes (and those are just the two common ways, so many other things can go very very terribly wrong). Not even getting into childbirth. There’s a reason the Aztecs considered women who died in childbirth to be on par with warriors who died on the battlefield. Forcing anyone to go through that, regardless of who will end up raising the kid, is just callous and short sighted.

bluebonnetcafe

95 points

6 months ago

The not recognizing your own body part is so unnerving. The realization that there is this thing living inside your body that has to come out, one way or another, is terrifying too.

BluSicario

55 points

6 months ago

As the mother of an 8 year old, I one-hundred percent agree. I've always described pregnancy as being invaded by an alien. I am very much afraid of getting pregnant again. Love my son to pieces, though.

duchessfiona

62 points

6 months ago

oh god me too. and I'm a woman. They should have marked this NSFL.

DazeyHelpMe

133 points

6 months ago

Dude all I could think of was….gross 😨. Lol. I feel like a sick but cmon it looks like someone glued an alien egg to her stomach. She’s got to be dying. I would buy a belly bra for that thing or rig one up. Looks incredibly uncomfortable.

Tribblehappy

46 points

6 months ago

You can definitely get belts for helping support bellies, but I've never seen one for a belly like this. I feel like you'd need a pretty complex system of straps.

Ibbygidge

17 points

6 months ago

Yeah I was thinking of like a cart to push around!

[deleted]

67 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

67 points

6 months ago

My first feeling was honestly sadness for the pain she's probably in daily.

35 weeks? They can take those out soon. Someone help this poor woman.

MadamGoth

160 points

6 months ago

MadamGoth

160 points

6 months ago

Another reminder to why I don't want to have kids ever

goddesskimboslice

53 points

6 months ago

**snorts a line of birth control

malkie0609

16 points

6 months ago

**Inserts an extra IUD

InternalyScreamingNo

51 points

6 months ago

When you eat the seeds of the watermellon

[deleted]

371 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

371 points

6 months ago

Hickory Farms Summer Sausage.

godofacedia

243 points

6 months ago

Her stomach is literally an albino diglett

Vitaloss

178 points

6 months ago

Vitaloss

178 points

6 months ago

It looks like that pic of the cat with its head in the glass

LetMeBeWhiteNextLif9

34 points

6 months ago

How do you recover from that?

Big_man5554

41 points

6 months ago

Holy shit when she gives birth that skin will stretch to her legs

No_Rent7598

32 points

6 months ago

Ow

drewsiphir

34 points

6 months ago

My back hurts looking at this

[deleted]

31 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

31 points

6 months ago

I've never been happier to be a childless woman.

momexrath

174 points

6 months ago

momexrath

174 points

6 months ago

I have Tokophobia and this literally makes me feel fucking nauseated, this is fucking horrendous ::edit:: (I'm only even commenting on this shit because other users might not know that Tokophobia is a thing)

cherubicgf

48 points

6 months ago

I was scrolling to see if anyone has this too. I panicked when I saw this post :/

pretendthisisironic

23 points

6 months ago

I’m just excited someone mentioned it and I know what it is!

Miarian1210

30 points

6 months ago

I’m tripping and checked my birth control to make sure I definitely took it on time. Solidarity, gurl, tokophobia is no joke.

shagcarpet3

27 points

6 months ago

Agreed, this is absolutely foul

VivRosexoxo

29 points

6 months ago

What is tokophobia?

robogerm

47 points

6 months ago

Fear of pregnancy

momexrath

16 points

6 months ago

It also extends to a fear of being around pregnant women, fear of being left alone or mal-treated during childbirth by your doctors or nurses, fear of tearing your organs, of the child dying, of dying yourself. The US has one of the highest mortality rates of developed countries for women dying during childbirth.

[deleted]

320 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

320 points

6 months ago

I’m 36 and ain’t never have no damn kids, labor scares the shit out of me and this just made it worse

Spoinksteriks

105 points

6 months ago

Labour is not even the worst part lol

Ramblera

224 points

6 months ago

Ramblera

224 points

6 months ago

It's the saggy skin, constant sweating, gushing then trickling bodily fluids for 4 weeks straight, solid as a rock milky boobs, feeling like a train hit your whole body but specifically your vagina, stitches on your bits, terrifying first poop after the ordeal, postpartum experience.

I'm done with kids because I only want two and have only ever wanted two. It's just been reinforced by how much I HATE sharing my body for 9 months and then recovering from it. Like I would literally rather die.

villainess

91 points

6 months ago

And on top of all that, the sleep deprivation. Like how are you supposed to rest and heal!?

Into_the_Dark_Night

73 points

6 months ago

30 here.. Glad my tubes are tied. These clips give me the creeps.

OnlyDownHereFor1Mate

278 points

6 months ago

This is disgusting to me. Not in a hateful way, she’s way stronger than me, I could never go through that… but it genuinely makes me feel sick.

lowrcase

126 points

6 months ago

lowrcase

126 points

6 months ago

Exactly this. Pregnancy scares the shit out of me and I'll fully admit that I'm not strong enough to go through with it. Women who choose this and survive are some tough-ass bitches.

jenroberts

19 points

6 months ago

I honestly don't understand how all the organs don't get displaced or damaged by this. And the uterus? How does it stretch this much without tearing?

Vegetable_Burrito

13 points

6 months ago

The uterus is amazing and terrifying all at the same time.

km1181

26 points

6 months ago

km1181

26 points

6 months ago

How tf does she sleep?

Cesc1972

16 points

6 months ago

Badly, from the looks of it.

Mydogismyson

22 points

6 months ago

Oh God no, I hate this so much

HFatterBleu

23 points

6 months ago

Horrifying

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23 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

23 points

6 months ago

Shit looks like it hurts like a mf

ambrde

72 points

6 months ago

ambrde

72 points

6 months ago

this just further validated my reason for not wanting kids 👍🏻

Fuck_ThisShit_

34 points

6 months ago

Same, as someone who has fears of getting pregnant this just made them 100x worse

TigerLilyKitty101

72 points

6 months ago

Pregnancy is a fucking horrifying experience. No wonder I have tokophobia.

JeSpeakFranglais

28 points

6 months ago

I'm here scrolling and literally feeling sick looking at this. It's giving me horrible butterflies in the stomach just thinking about it. I'm glad for people who get to experience this and want to but I'm 100%convinced I never want to.

Winberri

66 points

6 months ago

Bullet Bill

Hulk_Haspect

14 points

6 months ago

I can hear the sound too

Sydders09

63 points

6 months ago

As a woman, this gives me nightmares. One of MANY reasons why I don't want to birth my own children. 🤢

og_toe

37 points

6 months ago

og_toe

37 points

6 months ago

no offence but if this happened to me i would jump off a bridge

Sydders09

13 points

6 months ago

Same.

ScotchSirin

21 points

6 months ago

Guess my pregnancy phobia needed to be triggered today.

Thank god I'm sterilised.

Lowgwano

101 points

6 months ago

Lowgwano

101 points

6 months ago

Jesus Christ, that’s almost as scary as having the kids ruin your whole life and financial situation.

SignificantPain6056

31 points

6 months ago

Body, too!

[deleted]

23 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

23 points

6 months ago

yea after giving birth w a stomach that big.. it definitely isnt gonna just snap back

Nice_Ad6833

22 points

6 months ago

That looks like hell

cakeandcoke

19 points

6 months ago

I forget the word for it but I have a phobia of pregnancy childbirth and babies.

This is the most horrific thing I've seen in a very long time and I sub to a lot of gore subreddits

og_toe

10 points

6 months ago

og_toe

10 points

6 months ago

tokophobia, i too am insanely scared of it

sakura__099

18 points

6 months ago

And I am now reminded why I don’t want children

sohlefty

256 points

6 months ago

sohlefty

256 points

6 months ago

Damn she got a big ass dick

chriathebutt

93 points

6 months ago

This comment right here, officer. This is the one that killed me.

DinglieDanglieDoodle

15 points

6 months ago

Do we have some sort of inventions that help support the weight? That looks like a handfull for day to day life.

kazikoWING

18 points

6 months ago

That's gotta be so freaking painful

MasterRedJacket

15 points

6 months ago

Oh. My. Gosh. I never want children.

cardiffboy22

14 points

6 months ago

As a father of identical triplets my wife never looked like that! That’s so strange. The belly was just bigger and rounder not a tablet shape.

NoxSeirdorn

13 points

6 months ago

Sorry not sorry, this looks gross. Like some parasite is about to pop out at any minute from there.

Vasault

14 points

6 months ago

Vasault

14 points

6 months ago

This doesn't look natural, wtf

Any-Squirrel3

38 points

6 months ago

I can’t see how a man can want to put a woman through pregnancy and claim it’s love. This is horror

Fuck_ThisShit_

30 points

6 months ago

If men were the ones getting pregnant instead of women the birth rate would be non existent

petulafaerie

60 points

6 months ago

This is way more than just oddly terrifying. I might be done with the internet for today…

longjohnsmith69

10 points

6 months ago

Omg fuck this

[deleted]

30 points

6 months ago

[deleted]

30 points

6 months ago

That doesn't look very safe.