Ha. Ha.nbsp; It's a joke right?nbsp; Because, younbsp;know, poop comes from yournbsp;rectum and babies come from your vagina/cervix after very long and painful labors filled with contractions that move them through birth canals and generally take hours and hours...
Not necessarily. Some women don't know they're in labor until the baby is RIGHT THERE. My friend who works at a hospital had a woman come in and pop goes the baby at her desk. My own mother didnt feel contractions with me until it was time to push, and I was out in something like 3 pushes. If her water hadn't broke she would have had no idea.
And, the way you bear down to push a baby out is very similar to pushing out a turd. The sensation you get when ready to push can be easily confused with needing to crap. So if you're having a very stubborn bowel movement... You could end up leaving more than just poo in the toilet, if you know what I mean.