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What Was Your Biggest Fear While Giving Birth?

New moms love to talk about poop. The color, the consistency, the frequency, etc., but in the delivery room, it is a tightly held secret. For many expectant mamas, the prospect of pooping on the delivery table is the scariest part of delivery — even more than labor pains. On last night's episode of Up All Night, Reagan's biggest fear of dropping a deuce was escalated when the doctor filling in for her OB/GYN happened to be a young, good-looking man. Take a look at the clip below and tell me, what concerned you most while delivering?

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