7 Reasons To Get An Epidural and 7 Reasons Not To | BabyGaga
It’s easy to have the perfect birth plan in place, but as most people know, the birthing process can be so unpredictable. When I was pregnant with my first child, I did extensive research on the pros
To Epidural Or Not To Epidural
That is the question this to-the-point guide is here to help you answer. We’ll give you the facts and demystify the process, so you can decide what’s right for you and baby.
7 Things I Wish I Had Known Before Getting an Epidural | What to Expect
Thinking about getting an epidural? Most moms-to-be do — here's how to know if it's right for you.
Epidural or not?
I want to try to have the baby natural, without any drugs. Please help me to understand what I will go thru..and I know every person is different, but who has had a drug free labor? and what was it like? how did you deal or focus?
- This is my first
What you need to know before getting an epidural
Learn about the benefits and complications involved in having an epidural. Here's everything you need to know about this popular labour pain relief option.
Why Women Don't Always Want Epidurals
If you're pregnant and considering your birth plan options, here are some reasons why women do not want an epidural during childbirth.
Natural Birth vs. Epidural: What to Expect
To help make your birthing experience a beautiful one, we tell you what you need to know when it comes to choosing between a natural birth or using an epidural.
8 Facts About Epidural Side Effects | Parents
Everything you need to know about potential epidural complications, from headaches and back pain afterward to other, more serious risks.
Epidural or Drug-Free Birth? | Parents
Deciding between natural birth vs. epidural? Here, the stories of two very different deliveries weigh the pros and cons of getting an epidural.
Using Epidural Anesthesia During Labor: Benefits And Risks
Epidural anesthesia is the most popular method of pain relief during labor. Women request an epidural by name more than any other method of pain relief. More than 50% of women giving birth at hospitals use epidural anesthesia.