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48- It's called Couvade's syndrome, I looked it up when I started randomly throwing up in public before she did with our first child. It's also how we knew for sure we were pregnant with our second: I spontaneously puked out my truck window onto another car while driving through town. ;P I've gotten the whole roller coaster ride of emotions through two pregnancies already, I'm pretty sure it's just more of the same now. :)
By Dracoboxer357 / Saturday 5 January 2013 16:00 / Canada
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  Catkam623  |  27

Oh god If a baby came out of your dick.(shivers)

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  heliraptor  |  13

"daddy, where is this gonna come out?" "if you're lucky, your bellybutton"

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  gracehi  |  31

My friend told me that when he was little, he used to think that when a man and a woman had sex, he would put his penis in her belly button, and when she gave birth that the baby would come out of her belly button.

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  gracehi  |  31

My friend told me that when he was little, he used to think that when a man and a woman had sex, he would put his penis in her belly button, and when she gave birth that the baby would come out of her belly button.

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  female_troller  |  12

Glad to hear that, OP! Saw a comment of yours where you were talking about how much you're grateful for your younger siblings, you're sure to be a great father. Happy Nine Months!

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  female_troller  |  12

#110 Don't worry, I didn't get it until after I saw the belly button comment, then the George Lopez reference, then going back to the belly button comment, thinking, and then chuckling.

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  wlddog  |  14

Its NOT normal to have the same symptoms. He actually abnormal. Most men do not menstruate. It is actually a rare thing for that to happen.

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  Dracoboxer357  |  35

85- Please allow me to clarify a few things for you: When everyone was talking about my shared symptoms, these were the Emotional ones! I promise you, I do not possess the ability/equipment to menstruate, and even if I somehow had a uterus that Could, it still wouldn't be shared with my wife's cycles because pregnant woman don't menstruate when they're growing a child in there! ;( As far as sharing the hormonal mood swings being rare, it's not, not really. 1 in 5, I believe, so lucky me. :)

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  MuseFan1991  |  14

85- 'most men do not menstruate'. so some men do? OP congrats on your baby! i only recently discovered that men get sympathy symptoms, and now the petty cow in me is hoping my fiance gets them when we have kids. tee hee hee

By  Authoress14  |  15

Just wait till the baby comes. FYL

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  Authoress14  |  15

Implying babies require work, smartass

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  dathan  |  14

lol ive seen 4 comments now from authorres and they were all fucking stupid, irrational and mean and all thumbed down :') authorres just stop. nobody likes your comments :')

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  rockstar362  |  8

I believe the plural form of ass is asses*** sorry, I don't mean to interrupt, continue on your rant about how we should grow up and grow a pair I'm rather fascinated

By  hockeychicl003  |  6

Man up! You shouldn't be crying. Be there for your wife. Pregnancy is tough

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  gracehi  |  31

Actually, I think what OP is experiencing is what doctors call "sympathy symptoms." It likely means that he's more sympathetic towards his pregnant wife than usual. You can't fault him fit being sympathetic to the point of illness.

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  Dracoboxer357  |  35

48- It's called Couvade's syndrome, I looked it up when I started randomly throwing up in public before she did with our first child. It's also how we knew for sure we were pregnant with our second: I spontaneously puked out my truck window onto another car while driving through town. ;P I've gotten the whole roller coaster ride of emotions through two pregnancies already, I'm pretty sure it's just more of the same now. :)

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  heliraptor  |  13

53, that comment reminded me if the episode/movie (I don't remember which) of fairly oddparents where cosmo is pregnant and throwing up glittery green barf everywhere. Not entirely sure why, but I thought I'd share.

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  Coeliacchic93  |  21

You never know, you might end up with sympathy labour pains too. My mum had them when my aunt gave birth to her second child. At that point my mum hadn't had me yet so was confused why she felt that much pain and it suddenly stopped. She later found out it was the exact time my aunt gave birth :)

By  TheChiver  |  7

Go out, get her some chocolates and flowers, maybe pick up a movie (the notebook, women love the notebook I think) and go and make her day. Life will get better...trust me.

By  Lacist  |  19

Hey at least you don't have a kid to deal wi- ...

By  braun239  |  2

You have her symptoms? That little bitch shit bro

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