when the doctor go in u and break your water what do they really do?
They have a special hook that the insert through the vagina and cervix and break the amniotic sac which holds the fluid which has been cushioning your baby. Most times they'll do it after you receive your epidural so you shouldn't really feel anything
they literally insert a large pin and break the water. don't worry, you feel nothing except a gush of water coming out of you. nothing to worry about. a pap smear is more invasive.
they use an instrument that looks kind of like a crochet hook, and they snag the membrane. It doesn't hurt.
break you rsack where the baby is with some kind of tool
What all those people said, and the breaking itself won't hurt, but your contractions will start to hurt more than before. So says my mom.
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