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Stacey Solomon details ‘most scariest’ gruesome first toilet trip after birth
Stacey Solomon has detailed the gruesome moment of her first ever toilet trip after giving birth, saying it was the "most scariest".
The Loose Women panelist, 30, went into a very explicit description about childbirth on the daytime show – joined by Christine Lampard, Nadia Sawalha, Jane Moore and new mum Lacey Turner.
The open and honest women were discussing ABC's decision not to air an advert from Frida Mom during the Oscars, which showed the real-life scenario after giving birth for mothers.
Mum-of-three Stacey argued: "It's just the truth, it shows what most women do after they have had a vaginal birth."
It was ruled that the ad contained "too much nudity" to be shown before the watershed.
Stacey continued: "They have to crawl to the toilet as if everything's about to fall out of their vagina and pour water down the toilet when they're going for a wee because it's so painful.
"You've either got stitches or… Basically a human has come out of there and ruined it.
"The whole advert depicts that and those moments where you feel like, 'I honestly don't know how I am going to go to the toilet ever again'.
"You're trying to love your baby and care for your baby but also at the same time you're thinking, 'What the heck has happened to me?'
"It actually made me really emotional, that advert."
She horrifically added: "The only thing the advert didn't show was the first poo post-birth.
"It's genuinely the most scariest ever. I felt like my entire insides were going to fall out."
EastEnders star Lacey, 31, who gave birth to her daughter Dusty in July, said: "No one told you how much it hurts when you go to the toilet after giving birth, that for me was more traumatic than the actual birth – I was sitting in the toilet crying.
"Cramps, I didn't even know you'd get cramps."
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