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Patient controlled anaesthesia to nullify pain during labour procedure. - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi doctor
Doctor :   Hi
User :   I am 8 motnhs pregnant...
Doctor :   How can i help you
User :   I am really worried abt labour procedure
User :   Is there any pain relief that i can use during my labour
User :   is it safe for my baby
User :   ?
Doctor :   So
Doctor :   you want pain relief measures during labour
Doctor :   Right?
User :   yes
Doctor :   When is the delivery dat
User :   u there doctor
User :   June 30th
Doctor :   date
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   There are good pain control methods now a days
User :   ok
Doctor :   and almost all the doctors
Doctor :   are adopting them
Doctor :   there is something called patient controlled anaesthesia
User :   ok...
User :   is it Epidural ?
Doctor :   Yes
User :   oh ok
Doctor :   Epidural is relatively safe
User :   ok
Doctor :   The conventional methods are giving the
User :   will every hospital have that facility
Doctor :   intramuscular injections
Doctor :   of voveron
User :   ok
Doctor :   I would be sending you a document on the general measures that can taken to mininimise the pain
Doctor :   to yoiur email id
Doctor :   For now if yoiu have any specific questions please put them
User :   Can u sen the document to this email id ?? YYYY@YYYY
User :   AS i am not using the other one
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do you have anuy specifc question now other than
User :   Can i opt for epidural?
User :   Because, my husband is not interested for any pain relefs .
Doctor :   n epidural is the most popular form of a regional anaesthetic.
Doctor :   It blocks out all sensation from your waist to your knees, but more importantly, you remain alert..
Doctor :   The doctor may recommend using an epidural if you having a difficult labour, preeclampsia, asthma, a forceps delivery or a caesarian section.
User :   oh ok
Doctor :   There is no problem in taking this
Doctor :   Please fill this form I send, and say when done. and say when done.
User :   ok
User :   done
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   anything else i can help you
User :   nothing doctor
User :   \
User :   thanks a lot for ur help
User :   Please sent the document .....
Doctor :   ok
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User :   thanks
Doctor :   hi
User :   hi
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help
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