Nobody ever said childbirth was easy.
Anna Faris got intimate with all the details about giving birth during a recent episode of her podcast, Anna Faris Is Unqualified, when guest Olivia Munn asked, "What happens to your vagina? Because I have heard horror stories."
"Mine just got tighter and hotter," Faris first quipped back.
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Munn revealed friends have told her that after vaginal birth, "It looks like there's a small vagina on top of your vagina. Basically, they keep saying the phrase 'blown out.' Like everything's been 'blown out.'"
The 39-year-old Mom star, who has a 3-year-old son, Jack, with husband Chris Pratt, reassured Munn that "it does come back," but the experience will help you truly discover your "pelvic floor."
"People talk about the idea of a pelvic floor and you really have no idea what they're talking about, until you feel it," Faris explained, noting it took six weeks to heal. "It's the muscles that surround your vagina. They throb for, like, weeks."
In the end, she hilariously concluded, "We should've been given more holes in general."
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Memories of blow outs and throbbing pelvic floors aside, Faris also revealed that she wants to have one more child with Pratt.
"We both love kids, Chris and I have both dreamed about having a big family," she said. "But I didn't love pregnancy...I was just bored. I was uncomfortable at times, and Jack came early. He came two months early, so I'm now in a high-risk pregnancy category, but I would love to."
"What makes up for whatever is happening down in your pelvic floor area is Chris' face when Jack was being born is unforgettable," Faris opened up. "He was holding my hand and he was just sobbing. I was scared he would be turned off by the whole thing...That was amazing, seeing his face."
Pratt adorably gushed over his wife and son while accepting his MTV Movie Award. Hear what he had to say in the video below.