Talk to almost anyone who’s gone through it, and she’ll tell you it definitely didn’t feel good.
But medical science has advanced so much that its possible to ease the pain of giving birth using a variety of methods like epidural anesthesia.
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What is this exactly? Epidural anesthesia is an injection that’s given to your lower back. Its goal is to numb the nerves and stop you from feeling pain.
Here are 10 things you need to know about this procedure, if you’re an expecting mum who’s worried about labour pains:
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