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Man feels the pain of childbirth in the skin - and can not take 20 seconds

Man feels the pain of childbirth in the skin - and can not take 20 seconds

Many women say that one of the greatest pains is that of childbirth, and in attempts to understand this anguish, men look for ways to go through the same suffering.

Lincoln Memorial University student Johnny Wade volunteered to experiment with simulator of labor contractions. However, he had no idea what was to come, at the beginning of the video he commented: "No matter what I say, go to level ten!"

When the pain begins to arise, the university immediately shouts at agony and asks for the appliance to be switched off. The action lasted less than 20 seconds, and Johnny's colleagues laughed at his reaction.

The companions created a safety word so that the student could say when he was not over, the problem was that the pain was so unbearable that he I could hardly speak. "In the end, I was trying to shout out the word but I just could not put it out," he revealed to the Daily Mail.

According to Johnny, the pain of childbirth should be even greater than he imagines, since the simulator generates more superficial pain. "I've hurt myself in a number of ways in the past for taking part in extreme sports, but I've never felt so much pain to compare with it."

Check out the video:

Man feels the pain of childbirth


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