Types of Birth Pains
This usually occurs during labor and between contractions, during the time when your uterus is trying to push your baby down. The pain can be commonly felt around the lower back and pelvis area.
It is also usually very painful, gradually increasing with each contraction. Additionally, the more painful the back pain/labor is, the longer it lasts. But this shouldn’t be an immediate cause of alarm since that is really what you should expect.
Another birth pain that you would probably experience is abdominal cramps. The pain varies among different women. Some say that it feels like menstrual pains, but others say that it comes in waves and tends to feel more excruciating than regular cramps.
Transitional Labor Pain
Transitional labor starts when your body starts preparing to open your cervix, ready to deliver the baby. Some people say that this is the most painful part of labor.
There’s a chance that you will be feeling some pressure in your rectal area as the baby goes down the your pelvic floorYou will also feel a little discomfort around your waist, hips, and even groin area.
Pain During Delivery
When it is time to deliver your baby, you would most likely feel pain as you push your baby out. It will be very painful, but you will feel relieved as the baby goes out.