In this article, we discuss various methods of pain relief during labour, and their pros and cons, so you can have a pleasant and stress-free delivery.
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There are many risks in the administration of anesthesia – whatever kind it may be. There may be adverse reactions because of the entry of a needle into the spinal column.
Epidurals are injections that are given in the lower portion of the back using hollow needles. These injections are given to ease the pain of labor.