is pregnancy very painful

i am very tensed i am just 13 not pregnant .had not,or will not have sex for the next 12 yrs but one girl told me 45%i of pain is too much a person can bear but pregnancy pain is 55%
i am soo scared about the future and i am wondering if i should have kids or not?

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Sparkle_Heart
It is hard, giving birth is pain. I recommend you to be a single
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SamanthaKittyCat
No but birth is. Unless you count wanting to eat a lot and throwing up as painful hut I don't.
on June 23, 2017
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memes_and_communism
fitting something the size of a watermelon out of a coin sized hole is very painful, and leads the woman with a million stretch marks. one of the main reasons why I support abortion.
SamanthaKittyCat
I've compared a watermelon to a baby... The watermelon was A LOT bigger. And I also don't think you can compare a coin to an entrance because

Coin: Is it a dime? Quarter? Penny? Nickel?

Entrance: So many different sizes.

So don't use that comparison. Instead say. Imagine your hole getting stretched a painful amount.
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memes_and_communism
I use average results
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on June 26, 2017
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Hikari_Chan
It is but All the pains are worth it :3 ..my mom says so
rosalie13hale
but there is always a chance of it ending like "cat in the cradle" so watis the point then??
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Mataways
Yes. Even though I'm a guy someone coming out of you is painful.
on April 29, 2017
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tylnapp
*Is guy*

I don't know....


Though there is one thing that should be clarified that even those of the opposite gender know. Your mother and father survived birth, even with how painful it was, then survived having you. The pain scale is really just not exact, but something to take like a somewhat broken outdoor thermometer. The pain given while having birth is said to be painful, yes, but is survivable, especially in today's society with modern medicine.

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