35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: this is my 2nd pregnancy i have taken epidural for 1st delivery. what should i do for now. can i go without epidural

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Answer: hello dear if you can bear the pain during labor then better to avoid epidural but if you cannot you need to go a head with epidural.. also talk to your doctor .. he will suggest you the best..
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    shweta more1038 days ago

    Ok thanks a lot

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