A midwife in the united kingdom claims that natal hypnobirthing helped her experience of pain-free labour and an orgasmic feeling for up to three weeks after the birth of each of her four children. Emily Street enrolled in a three-part course for the birth of her first child, Oscar, in which she learned breathing techniques to help control the labor pain, news.com.au reported.
“I was really afraid have seen that a lot of the things such as a midwife, and, of course, the things that really stick with you are the ones that were not so beautiful,” Street, 35, told the news.com.au. “I remember that I was heavily pregnant with Oscar, sitting on the couch, a nervous wreck and just burst into tears:” I don’t know how I am going to do.'”
Hypnobirthing focuses on the psychological and physical well-being of the mother and the baby during the birth process and aims to keep the mother in a state of deep relaxation, according to Hypno Birthing International. Street relinquished of pain relief during childbirth, and continued to talk in the room at least.
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“Once we got to the water birth room, the hypnobirthing was working with my own body. Instead of taking a deep breath in and tightening, you take really nice, long, slow breathing, with the lights down and the music,” Street said.
“It felt very intense, but it was never overwhelming or unmanageable,” she told the news.com.au. “Oscar came just before 8 o’clock in the morning I had a wonderful birth, and there was no relief from the pain. It surprised me how well it worked.”
Street said the euphoria feeling after the birth of Oscar and her three other children, was similar to a orgasm feeling, and that each lasted three to four weeks after the birth.
“I’ve enjoyed every minute of the work,” Street told the news.com.au. “I don’t want more children, but I would love to have that feeling again.”
She now works as a consultant for the Reproductive Health of the Group and shares her experiences with other pregnant women, to help to prepare them for the birth.
“The difference we can make to a pregnancy changes the relationship between the mother and the baby for the better,” Street said. “It really can change the lives of people.”