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Pregnant woman dances the 'Whip/Nae Nae' to get through labor (VIDEO)

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This woman in labor dances better than you — watch her 'Whip,' watch her 'Nae Nae'

There are all sorts of ways women deal with the pain of labor, from meditation to warm showers. One Atlanta mom, however, is wowing the Internet with her choice to get down and dance right through the contractions.

In a video uploaded by Ob/Gyn & Midwife Associates you see the heavily pregnant woman dancing down the hospital corridor with nurses to the catchy tune "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)." From the stanky leg to breaking her legs and bopping, this mom-to-be has got the moves down. You would never know she was in labor if it weren't for the hospital gown and slippers. See for yourself.

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She dances better than the majority of people we know who aren't pregnant! Good for her. According to Ob/Gyn & Midwife Associates, the woman was determined not to have a C-section, and dancing was one way she dealt with the pain. While some commenters doubted she was actually in labor, they were shot down by the medical team who said the woman dilated to six centimeters when this was filmed.

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The best part, however, is one we don't see on film — the woman had a vaginal birth later that day and delivered a 9-pound, 6.5-ounce baby just a few hours after this was filmed. Go mama!

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