Normal to scream when you feel the peak of contractions during delivery?

Mummies, i remember screaming pain at some point when contractions are on the peak. My kids are delivered normal without epidural just normal delivery. 3rd born -Control as much as possible 4 hours contractions. intense pain came in at the last 1 hr , remembered screaming and manage to push baby out with 3 push. I still found it embrassing to scream but only mommies know the pain was 'killing angel in us'..Any tips mummies..

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Screaming actually lessens the power in your push. Take a deep breath, close your eyes and push. The stress should not be on your neck and eyes, it should be from your diaphragm to your hips. LOL. Now that I think of it, I pushed wrongly so the veins on my eyes burst. I sported bloodied eye balls for about 2 months after giving birth to my first born.

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Tearing is unavoidable 🤣 can’t imagine the pain again after so many years (12 years ago).

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If u r screaming it means u r not pushing properly. When u push, u close ur mouth, focus the force like when u poop and the air comes out from ur nose. Anyways to answer ur question, the pain gets worse with each pregnancy! I didnt scream. I played games and fiddled with the bed sheets. Cause i dont like attention to be on me.

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i scream when my waterbag breaks, but the nurses and doctor were very supportive so i cool down a bit and try to push while breath in and out. and screaming is normal.

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Completely normal. It’s so painful! Haha. I didn’t scream, but was moaning in pain. Terrible terrible pain indeed.

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Its normal to screaming during peak time because u can’t bare pain animore😫

Hey, Don't worry about it. It is completely fine to scream. just let it out

Screamed and cried and told can’t take it anymore 😁

Dont worry, i screamed too! 🤭

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Completely normal just let it out!(:

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it's okie to scream don't worry!