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By bjevilcat2 / Monday 18 October 2010 18:02 / United States
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  Person1233  |  12

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20- A stone coming out of a men's small urethra, would most likely be the equivilant of a child coming out of a woman's vagina. just ponder on that before you make assumptions.

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  marinus_fml  |  19

#20, Do you know how small the opening of 'the penis is compared to that of a vagina? Also, kidney stones are pretty much salt crystals which form with sharp edges and points.

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  ComMed1  |  0

#20 more than likely is a sexist do to the comment stated. also not only does a woman's vagina stretch but her hip bones shift allowing her to have a baby. a urethra for both males and females do not stretch. and most kidney stones aren't smooth like the baby that comes out of a woman. I have never given birth but have been present for both deliveries of children and kidney stones and I do have to say that they both suck but once you get a kidney stone you are prone to more. last time I checked you only get pregnant as many times as you allow yourself to do so.

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  Just_Me_143  |  0

No they decide to bring another life into the world. Of they didn't you wouldn't be here. Yes all women should suck it up, they went through pain and the result is a ungrateful child.

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  frenchboy95  |  2

Yes, giving birth might be a little more painful. But passing a kidney stone as a guy is definitely comparable. It's like trying to shove a strawberry through a McDonald's straw without altering the strawberry. It's difficult and would stretch out the inside of the penis (Sorry for not knowing the technical term) and would cause extreme pain. How would you know, anyway? You're a girl. A kidney stone doesn't hurt as badly for you.

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  43

128 - How do you know it doesn't hurt as much for a girl? Kidney stones come out of the urethra. Both sexes have it. Therefore, I'm sure it would hurt equally as much. Where do you think the kidney stones come out of with a girl? Please tell me you know that girls have two holes...

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  frenchboy95  |  2

Of course I know that. But I can't pretend that I know the anatomy of a female by heart, and I wasn't sure if the urethra stretches because it's in the inner body so there are muscles around it, whereas a penis does not and has a somewhat strict size. Sorry for being ignorant, didn't mean to offend.

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  Freeze_fml  |  16

I would think for males it would hurt more considering there is more distance to cover. But from what I'm learning here, women are the masters of pain and nothing is comparable to anything they ever experience...

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  KiddNYC1O  |  20

Some women need to learn how to keep their legs closed.

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  mcgillswimmer  |  0

but, think about the size difference between the vagina and the mall urethra..and also, the vagina was built for child bearing...the urethra is not meant to push stones out..also some of those stones can be hugeeee

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  43

142- Doesn't mean it won't hurt as much. 144- Again. We have a urethra too. We also excrete kidney stones from the urethra, not the vaginal canal. Do you not listen in anatomy class?

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  KiddNYC1O  |  20

141- What pain could they possibly endure while just making a sammich?

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  FFML_314  |  11

In all honesty, I would much rather experience child birth. You're not getting anything out of experiencing agonizing pain from passing kidney stones. Not to mention most women opt to have an Epidural (not to be confused with Epidermal :P) Yes, giving birth is painful and agonizing, but really you're choosing to have a child and it's 100% preventable. You can't bitch too much about something you caused. I'm fully prepared for the women to bash me for this comment.

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My God, you people. Yes, woman have to endure both. This is not what the FML is about. All he's saying is, it's like the equivalent of childbirth for a female. Considering males will never experience labour, this is the closest they'll get to the actual process of having a child. I personally think the pain is about the same with no epidural, but with labour, you get a child out of you therefore it makes the process a whole lot better whilst with kidney stones, it's well basically pointless pain.

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women* Thank you, Aria! These idiots were starting to annoy me. What the eff (excuse my half cursing) does women having to go through both have to do with this FML?! I've passed a kidney stone before, and I gave birth. The pain was basically the same. The child at the end made the pain worthwhile whilst the stone at the end made me hate the world. :P

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  MrBrick  |  0

151, pretty sure most people know women have 2 holes ( three if you count the booty hole =P) idk exactly what your getting at. but I garuntee more than 50% of people know that.

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  sloppyflow  |  1

it depends on the size of the stone. remember compared to female male has smaller hole. and in fact my mum told a woman can hardly feel the pain in vagina while giving birth probably the pain inside had taken up half of them.

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  ladybugobgyn  |  0

I though I was the only one tired of seeing her half-naked ass talking about how she loves her body. Great. Now please get dressed. Why do these gals love to take pics of themselves in their underwear and post it on the internet?!? The parents have to be overjoyed and so proud. Have some RESPECT for your body if you love it so much.

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  DocBastard  |  38

Taylor, sorry but no. The urethra is usually about 4-5 mm in diameter. Kidney stones can be any size, from a grain of sand to over 1 cm. The small stones can pass without symptoms, but the larger stones can not only be excruciatingly painful, they can obstruct the urethra and cause hydronephrosis, a pathological dilation of the collecting system. This can lead to renal failure in extreme situations. Ok, class dismissed.

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  KusanagiStyle  |  3

Actually, both men and women can handle pain. Men are designed to handle short bouts of pain, and pretty much dying. Women are designed to handle long periods of time. If a man and woman were to have one limb slowly sliced off, most men (not all mind you) would die from shock right away. A woman's body adapts then will die many hours later from shock and blood loss. Men and women can handle pain, just different varieties. :3

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  Person000  |  0

men have more testosterone making them more able to take pain. women have estrogen that makes them very emotional. Watch a football game>>>> then watch a womens soccer, tennis, WNBA

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  Dr_Facilier  |  2

women don't bring the pain on themselves ... pregnancy is more often than not cause by the man being an ass hole and not wearing protection or the birth control not working .... would you rather woman just say SCREW ALL MEN WE'RE NEVER HAVING SEX AGAIN! ? And I'm talking ALL women ... how would you enjoy going gay?

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  iloveurbumbum  |  0

during child birth babies don't just pass through the "big vagina " (as many people have posted) the baby also passes through the cervix, which ordinarily has a smaller diameter than a single piece of angel hair pasta. A load smaller than a urethra. js

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  Capriciousfox  |  27

#21 actually kidney stones are extremely painful. A baby was meant to come out of a girls vagina, nothing except urine is meant to come out of the urethra. So if a sharp spiky stone was making its way through your body it's going to hurt a lot more.

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  timma90  |  4

It actually took my dad about 2 weeks to pass his, never saw or heard him scream and cry before with bodily pain. Apparently isn't them caused with having a shit diet?

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  rofflewaffle  |  9

It took my boyfriend a couple months of being in pain before it finally passed. It can be brought on by poor diet, but there are a number of other things that cause stones. For example, my boyfriend had a thyroid problem that was causing excess calcium to build up in his bloodstream, so much that his kidneys couldn't filter it.

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