I found this online, i think its pretty accurate :]
"Cramps hurt you from the bowels of your guts. They aren't throbbing, they are like a pain the comes slowly and builds, then passes...These are what contractions feel like. While it is going through you, all you can do is shut your eyes and wait for it to pass. This pain makes you feel immobilized. You want to be surrounded in warmth, because any temperature change that is less than body temp is too low and makes the pain feel worse. Also, you want no pressure on your stomach.
Passing the baby, is like being ripped open. Not cut, not slicked. Ripped. You know something is pulling you wide and the only relief you get is pushing. Try to imagine if your mouth is really full of food and you didn't anticipate that you got too big of a bite and you know that chewing and swallowing will save you... it's like that, but very painful.
After the kid falls out, you can't move. You just lay there in shock, because you feel like your guts and lowers aren't there...or may be on the floor below you. "
It feels like all of your insides are trying to escape out of your vajayjay, the contractions are period cramps times a million, even with an epidural the pain does not completely go away, the pressure from the head coming down the birth cannal still stays, when your pushing it feels like your ripping apart ( you do rip by the way) then they baby crowns and they call it he ring of fire, it honestly feels like your on fire down there. Having a baby is the most intense painful thing i have ever experienced in my life. Not something you just forget.
According to your profile, you're 13. And by the looks of the questions you're asking..... Are you pregant and 13??