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My labor lasted four minutes, I only pushed four times, and I didn’t tear — all thanks to a hot tub, I swear

My labor lasted four minutes, I only pushed four times, and I didn’t tear — all thanks to a hot tub, I swear.

A WOMAN has stated that she had a four-minute dream labor during which she only pushed four times.

Briana Santos, who goes by the handle @brianasantos on TikTok, also said that she didn’t tear throughout the labor.

“I’m concerned baby #2 won’t be as smooth,” she wrote in a video.

After reporting that she “had no tearing, pushed four times, had a four-minute delivery, bounced right back, and baby scarcely cries,” Briana rapidly became the envy of many mothers.

“I also want to say that I was never sick and my belly didn’t get abnormally huge!” the lucky mother remarked.

I guarantee I’m not bragging; we’re simply suckers for horror stories.

“Oh, and there aren’t any stretch marks!”

I’m wishing the same for all the expecting mothers right now!”

Briana went on to say that she was “scared for nothing” after watching so many horror birthing stories on YouTube before her delivery.

Unsurprisingly, many individuals were envious of her easygoing labor.

“What did you do during your pregnancy so that I can take notes for the future?” one inquired.

Briana said that she believes her early labor was caused by relaxing in a hot pool while on vacation.

Pregnant women should avoid hot tubs, according to the NHS, because it might be “hazardous.”

“When you utilize a sauna, jacuzzi, hot tub, or steam room, your body is unable to dissipate heat properly through sweating,” according to the website.

I’d also like to point out that I was never sick and my stomach never became too big!”

Your body’s core temperature rises as a result of this.

“A substantial increase in your core temperature during pregnancy, especially in the first 12 weeks, could be dangerous.”

Briana also warned viewers not to do it, saying, “I jumped in and immediately felt these horrible contraction pains, I was on vacation at the time and was really freaked out.”

After going home, she went to the doctor on Monday, but they sent her away, and her baby arrived on Friday.

“I believe it was because of the hot tub that everything happened,” the mother added. “Guys don’t do that.”

“If you’re exercising in water, such as at an antenatal class, the water temperature should not be above 32C,” the NHS website notes.

“The temperature of a hydrotherapy pool should not exceed 35 degrees Celsius.”

“Because certain hot tubs can reach temperatures of up to 40 degrees Celsius, it’s recommended to avoid them.”

We told you about a mother who’set the record for fastest labor’ when she gave birth in just 27 seconds.

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