Popular socialite Vera sidika who is heavily pregnant has confessed that she is afraid of labor pains and that she would rather undergo caesarean delivery . On her social media posts,the soon to be mother of one stated that she only realized there are other painful options to the journey as she fears going through the labour pains .
Courtesy (Vera sidika)
"Ever since I thought of having kids in my adult life,I said to myself I Will do it only if I do not have to experience labour pain.so I have forever been team Cs(caesarean delivery). I don't want to feel an inch of labour pain . In fact,I even want to slay and have my make up during my delivery. I honestly can't deal with the pain. You all keep saying Cs takes time to heal,who told you an in a hurry to heal. Normal delivery? No , I will not do that to my birth canal. Imagine a pain that was a curse from GOD ,I can't even think about it. All I know is if I go for a normal birth,I will probably not want to have another baby."she wrote.
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