By G9ija

A 36 year old woman, Hanna Faustino, has revealed how she didn’t want to use any pain relief to give birth to her second child Kaiya, because she wanted to enjoy the ‘pleasure’ of childbirth.

According to the mum, during labour she focused on special breathing techniques instead, visualizing a ‘wave’ while squatting, which led to an unexpected outcome, an ‘orgasm’.

Hanna, an educational assistant, from Caistor Centre, Canada, says the labour was so enjoyable, she didn’t want it to stop.

Hanna, said: ‘During birth I surrendered my mind to my body, and I had similar sensations to an orgasm.

‘I found a rhythm of breathing and I was in a squat with my husband supporting me.

‘I forgot they were in the room as I was just able to focus on this natural extension and reached a really blissful state.

‘It was really natural to push, and the contractions didn’t feel as painful.

‘I had this fullness, and I didn’t want the feeling to stop.’

‘There was a lot of uncertainty with the birth of my first child, River, nine, so I didn’t achieve a blissful state,’ said Hanna.

‘It was a long labour and harder than a marathon and I’ve run many.

‘But it was beautiful work and something I’m proud of when I look back.’

For Hanna’s second birth she was able to focus on the rhythm to ‘climax’ – and visualised her baby coming closer to her on a wave to help her through the labour.

She had her husband, Will, 41, a postman, holding her from behind while she laboured in a squat position.