19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: my doctor said about painless delivery that is epidural anesthesia? in this labour pain less.but I wanna know about it more?

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Answer: Epidural helps in relieving the lower body pain i.e. waist down. It is injected in your lower back, you will be monitored throughout for your blood pressure and also the baby’s heart rate will be monitored. It will decrease the sensation but you will be awake to push your baby out with your pain relieved. Also it does not have any negative effects on the newborn. My sister and friends have had deliveries with epidural and they do say the pain was relieved !
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    Sonam Sharma996 days ago

    Thanku so much

Answer: It is anaesthesia dear. An epidural is a way to give an aesthetic by injecting it into the epidural space of the spinal cord. This stops pain signals from reaching the brain. When a woman has an epidural, a small amount of aesthetic is injected into the epidural space. It helps reduce pain during pregnancy. But some women complain of back pain later in their life if they have had anaesthesia by epidural procedure.
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    Sonam Sharma995 days ago

    thankss

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