[ lˈe͡ɪbə pˈe͡ɪnz], [ lˈeɪbə pˈeɪnz], [ l_ˈeɪ_b_ə p_ˈeɪ_n_z]
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How to use "Labor pains" in context?
Labor pains are a pain that women go through when they are expecting their child. The pain can come in waves and can vary in intensity. Some women may only experience mild labor pains, while others may feel very intense labor pains.
There is no one definitive answer as to why women experience labor pains. However, experts believe that the pain is largely due to the contractions of the uterus as the baby begins to move though the birth canal. The contractions help toempty the uterus, and can get so strong that they feel like regular menstrual cramps.
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