Rebecca Judd is a mother-of-four, but she admits her most recent birth, welcoming twin boys into the world, was by far the worst.
Speaking on her KIIS FM radio show, the star opened up about the pain she experienced when delivering sons Tom and Darcy via emergency caesarian last September.
“Mate, it's horrific compared to having a natural delivery. It kills, it absolutely kills. The fact that you are awake in major abdominal surgery is mind boggling and freaky.”
Having experienced natural births for her first two pregnancies, Bec recalls having a panic attack on the operating table.
“I remember I was lying there on the operating table and I started pretty much having a panic attack, my heart was going nutso - I felt like it was jumping out of my chest.
“And I think 'am I going to die? What's going on?', which actually was completely normal.”
Bec then went on to urge mother’s not to opt for elective caesarians if their baby is healthy and they can avoid it.
“Ladies, if you’re thinking of an… elective Caesar but your baby is in a normal natural position for a natural delivery I’d go natural all the way baby!” she said. “After I had Oscar my first child naturally, well I had an epidural, but as soon as that wore off yeah it hurt a little bit, you used a lot of ice but the next day or two it was fine.
“These Caesars… two weeks!”