A MUM claims giving birth to her son has left her invincible to pain.
Emily Madeley, 24, had a fairly normal pain threshold before little Alfie’s arrival in 2015.
She enjoyed a pain-free labour and didn’t even feel her contractions.
She has since felt no discomfort — despite breaking a toe and burning a hand in accidents.
Emily went into labour in November 2015, but had no clue it was happening.
The next morning, Emily was scheduled to be induced at her hospital and when she arrived, nurses were shocked to discover that she was already 8cm dilated.
Despite seeing the contractions on the screen, Emily was in no pain.
Emily, of Oldham, Gtr Manchester, said: “I’ve never been to the doctors to find out why I felt no pain.
“Before I had Alfie I would stub my toe and be in so much pain — so it’s strange.”
Emily is terrified of having another child in case another labour reverses the unusual condition.
Emily said: “I was absolutely dreading labour and giving birth whilst I was pregnant – it’s so scary when it’s your first so I would worry about it all the time but it was nothing like what I expected.
“It was quite relaxing – I just ate Pringles and watched some TV and he was out before I knew it.”
Emily’s family fear that she may not know if she has really hurt herself in the future and want her to get a diagnosis from the doctors.
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