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THURSDAY, Oct. 9, 2014 (HealthDay News) When it comes to pain relief during labor and delivery, mom probably knows best, new research suggests. Doctors tend to be cautious about when to give the pain-relieving local anesthetic known as an epidural during labor. But, a new study says the best time. THURSDAY, Oct.

9, 2014 (HealthDay News) When it comes to pain relief during labor and delivery, mom probably knows best, new research suggests. Doctors tend to be cautious about when to give the pain -relieving local anesthetic known as an epidural during labor. But, a new study says the best time to give an epidural is likely when a woman asks for it.

THURSDAY, Oct. 9, 2014 (HealthDay News) When it comes to pain relief during labor and delivery, mom probably knows best, new research suggests. Doctors tend to be cautious about when to give the pain-relieving local anesthetic known as an epidural during labor.

But, a new study says the best time to give an epidural is likely when a woman asks for it. The Best Time for an Epidural. In the past some research suggested that giving an epidural too early or too late (before or after 4-5cm dilated) could prolong labour and or increase C-Section rates but according to a meta-analysis published in The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews this is not the case.

The review showed that the best time to receive an epidural is when the mother requests it. When it Comes to an Epidural, Mom Knows Best: When It Comes to Managing Pain after Surgery, Women Want a Choice: When it comes to tanning, faux is the way to go: When It Comes to Your Health Care, You’re Already the Expert: When It Comes To Your Hear. Unlike general anaesthesia, which when administered leads to a total lack of feeling, epidural anaesthesia provides relief from pain by decreasing any sensation in the lower half of the body. Although many women opt for it during labour, epidural anaesthesia comes with its share of side effects on the mother and the baby.

If you deliver by cesarean, an epidural will allow you to stay awake to see your baby. After a cesarean, an epidural will also provide effective pain relief during recovery. If you tear during pushing, your epidural numbs your perineum while your doctor is stitching. Having an epidural is a great way to relax your body so that you can be present during the birth of your beautiful baby, but they also cause your body to react strangely sometimes.

It’s still well worth it if you’re going the medicine route. I don’t know why there’s not more. An early epidural means that, if mom needs an emergency C-section, she’s ready. On the other hand, an early epi may wear off too soon.

3 Sign: The Placebo Effect This well-known phenomenon works on the relationship between the mind and body. So on my 37 th week of prenatal check-up, my Ob-Gyn and I agreed to schedule an induce labor without epidural by 38 th week. Within that one last week while waiting for my induced labor schedule, it is slowly sinking in to me – being a first time Mom will now come into reality.

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However, the Gaskin maneuver requires placing the mother on her hands and knees, which may not be possible to sustain with the use of higher dose epidural local anesthetic because of inadequate motor strength.

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This can sometimes be at the mother’s request, if she has a fear of being awake during the operation, or if she is unable to have epidural anaesthesia for health reasons.

“The Positive Birth Book: A new approach to pregnancy, birth and the early weeks” by Milli Hill
from The Positive Birth Book: A new approach to pregnancy, birth and the early weeks
by Milli Hill
Pinter & Martin Ltd, 2017

I told her how after I had the epidural I ended up with a major complication (a spinal headache), but she just reassured me that they had great anesthesiologists there.

“Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth” by Boston Women's Health Book Collective, Judy Norsigian
from Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth
by Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, Judy Norsigian
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(Mamas often don’t realize that when they ask for an epidural, they may be asking for a catheter, too!)

“The Mama Natural Week-by-Week Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth” by Genevieve Howland
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by Genevieve Howland
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Dads are very much in demand during epidural placement to give mom a person to lean on so she can get into the proper “curled shrimp” position for catheter placement (see Figure 9-1).

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What she said to me afterwards was: ‘I didn’t want an epidural.

“Normal Childbirth: Evidence and Debate” by Soo Downe
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by Soo Downe
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With an epidural, a mother may not feel the labor contractions and is therefore unable to rely on her own sensations to relax into and support the work of the contractions.

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by Mary Jane Maguire-Fong, Marsha Peralta
Teachers College Press, 2018

Alternatively, she might choose to have an injection of a strong painkiller, or a ‘spinal block’ (epidural), which is a method of numbing the lower half of her body.

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Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2008

It is for this reason, supported by logic rather than evidence, that we discourage the use of epidural anaesthesia because, at least in cephalic babies, this increases the need for traction in the form of instrumental birth.

“Munro Kerr's Operative Obstetrics E-Book” by Sabaratnam Arulkumaran, Michael Robson
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by Sabaratnam Arulkumaran, Michael Robson
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

There is no evidence that epidural anaesthesia is essential, and its use depends upon the wishes and needs of the woman.

“Mayes' Midwifery E-Book: A Textbook for Midwives” by Sue Macdonald
from Mayes’ Midwifery E-Book: A Textbook for Midwives
by Sue Macdonald
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

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  • Your boy who was medicated birth may
    end up with breast when he becomes a teenager. Depending on what medicine you took. I had a uncle that was born with beast at teenage. Medical begin with a (D). Doctors are making these mistakes this days.

  • I am usually spot on with the picks BUT the mother picked him bc she doesnt want her daughter to leave her and sees this as an opportunity to have them both….. smh! I guess she wants to be the ONLY voice of reason.

  • you can still look after her just in a different more special way and in about 10 years she’ll look up to you as a mother not just a lady in a wheelchair

  • be thankful you have a beautiful baby and still got your life…. you sue the hospital fine go ahead.
    if the NHS goes I bet your the first to moan and your child will have no free healthcare

  • Compare some facts with other movies.

    Shrek and Wallace & Gromit
    Shrek and Wallace: they have love interests for different reasons, Shrek admits that he has feelings for Fiona, and Wallace has fallen for Totty in regards of his Were-Rabbit curse.

    Lord Farquaad and Victor Quatermaine: want to marry a woman for their own gain (Farquaad: become king and having a queen, and Victor: only just for Totty’s wealth from her family)
    Same with Corspe Bride, just for wealth.

    Tangled
    Gothel only sees Rapunzel on the inside and her golden magic healing hair on the outside, rather than seeing the girl as a person.

    Eugene sees and interacts with Rapunzel on the outside and starts to build chemistry between the story, up around the blocked rocks. He was the first boy, she met and cares about her rather than Gothel.

    He got shocked discovering her hair glows and can heal his palm.

  • Thanks so much for posting! I’m feeling the same that I’m not “crunchy” but I’ve decided I want birth #2 to be unmedicated. #1 was aLOT like yours. I was induced due to high BP and had insanely high doses of pitocin but after 21 hours of labor, pitocin being withdrawn twice only to have it amped back up, and an epidural, I had a c-section for failure to progress. I was MISERABLE for weeks. I’m prayyyinnng my BP stays low (currently 33 wks and it’s been great) this go round and I get that 2 hour birth you had!

  • 2:45 rapunzel is translated to lettuce thus the real story where a pregnant lady craves lettuce from a witch’s garden and the witch catches the husband and demands their first born child appropriately named Rapunzel was cursed with long hair and was trapped in a towers a handsome prince hears rapunzel singing and learns the only way to get up is to yell “rapunzel rapunzel let down your hair” so she did and they dated and rapunzel fell pregnant. The witch found out cut rapunzel a hair and when the prince climbed up the witch told him he would never see her again so he tried to kill himself so he jumped down he didn’t die but was blinded by a bush of thorns he wandered the woods and found rapunzel with twins and her tears healed him he sees again
    The end

  • This happen to me im paralyzed on the left side and doctors are not takin me seriously i have nit been able to move my left leg or feel the left side of my hip in two mnths after the epidural and my spine feels as if its on fire with needles jabbing me

  • I have four children, with the first it is always harder as the body has not been through the process of giving birth with the majority the first takes longer also i was a teen and alone so i had an epidural. my second was a drug free birth and natural but it was also quicker. on my last two births it was a c section as i was unable to have a normal birth due to medical issues called symphysis pubis dysfunction, this is where your hips part too much and comes on in pregnancy it is very painful and to prevent more hip damage a c section is done. with c section the recovery is much longer and you are unable to care for your baby for a while. weighing up the pros and cons i would prefer a natural birth over any other.

  • Oh goshthe thought of someone sticking a needle into my spine is scarier to me than all of the pain. Not just that but a catheter. I had one when I was a child and I still get aches. I realized it was probably nerve damage from that because my husband also had one when he was young and complains that it caused nerve damage to him as well. Then the idea of being numb I get slightly panicked when dentist numbs my mouth. I feel like the lower half of my body being numb will put me into a panic attack. Also my body does not handle meds well either and its typical for my gut health to go haywire with medication. I am planning for a natural birth in June (my first) but am TRYING to prep for all of this stuff too in case it hits the fan.

  • In the Tangled Series universe, Gothel left her own daughter (Cassandra) with no one around to protect her, because she wanted Rapunzel’s hair for herself.
    She left her own blood related daughter just to help herself stay young and beautiful.

    Just let that sink in

  • Have you had a natural birth? Have you had an epidural birth? What’s your story?? I would love to hear the good and the bad!! Let me know what you guys all think��

  • Thank you for sharing with honesty! I also want to try to avoid an epidural with my current baby aswell, you have inspired me to try & do it naturally. Thank you for the advice

  • I had a 3 hrs labor and delivery with my first baby and barely tore. I wanted an epidural but there wasn’t time for anything. Arrived at the hospital fully dilated, and ready to push. I want my second to be the same. It was an amazing experience. ❤️

  • I want to give birth naturally so bad! I’m scared to bring it up to my boyfriend because he’s a nurse and has mentioned so many times how many different problems he’s seen in birth…�� I don’t want a cascade of interventions ugh

  • Thankfully everyone’s experience is different. I’ve never heard of epidural in the leg but I guess it happens. After your FIRST baby, labor is said to be easier/faster. With my first I got induced at 41weeks, I was already 4cm since 20wks. I labored with pitocin IV in the tub w/o pain meds from 4cm-8cm. I felt My contractions in my belly first then it radiated to my back. When it hit my back, I had my husband push into back to relieve the pain and it worked! I unsuccessfully did breathing techniques during contractions b/c it’s hard to think about whether or not you’re doing it right, lol! I just kept breathing through it the best that I could. I planned on NOT having meds but at 8cm I was over it and I got out of the tub b/c I was hot and tired that’s when I asked for the epidural. I was nervous but I gripped my nurse as the anesthesiologist did the epi & she reassured me that I was ok. You also have to get a catheter to collect your urine since you can’t get up to pee. 3hrs later I had my baby, I got an episiotomy and I didn’t feel pain while pushing the baby or delivering the placenta but I felt pressure. I had a smooth recovery but the removal of the catheter was painful and of course post partum healing wasn’t fun. Labor pain is temporary and the effects of epidural is temporary. I’m healthy and so is my 16month old son�� I’m currently 38wks preg with my second 3.5 dilated and 70%effaced, so I’m anxious to see how this one goes.

  • The epidural didn’t work on my mom with me or my sister so I’ve been heavily reaching natural unmedicated birthing options and options to prevent tearing and injury when I have babies in the future and I found this video super helpful! some people’s bodies just don’t respond well to medication

  • I think she chose Rex for his money. He spoke about wanting an ambitious woman. I think mom thinks he has money. You see said, I just want someone who can take care of my daughter.

  • LMAO 2:50 HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA OMI MY BELLY HURTS I’M SUPPOUSED TO BE WATCHING SPIDERMAN…OMI WHAT HAS MY LIFE COME TO AHAHAHAHHAHHH

  • The hospital closest to me now gives a shot of pitosin in the leg after birth because they have found that pitosin reduces the amount of blood loss… it hurts and burns but it does work

  • Also, the opioid pain medication is what made your stomach so sick, most likely. Almost definitely. If you don’t have a tolerance for opiates, they can make you VERY nauseous, depending on the dose. And I’m willing to bet anything that that’s what made your stomach so sick.

  • Everyone seems to have the medicated birth first and that labor is always MUCH longer, and they blame that on the medication. And I’m not saying it has nothing to do with it, but I just want to point out that your first labor is always longer and the average time for first-baby labor (actual labor where you’re dilating) is 12-18 hours, and then on top of that, there’s also all the hours you’re having contractions before you start dilating.
    So, I just don’t want people to think that the medication is going to make your labor TEN times longer. It might make it a little bit longer, that’s possible, but not that big of a difference.
    Not telling anyone whether or not to get medication, I think you should do whatever you feel comfortable with, but I just don’t want people to go completely unmedicated just because you’re afraid it’ll make your labor that much longer, because it won’t. It’s about how many babies you’ve had before more than anything.
    The first one is always the longest.

  • I felt like rex was honest. He could’ve chosen to keep hush mouth of the relationship with his sister, but was a man & was honest. the rest was kind of trying too hard to impress.

  • Love the comparison. I was thinking about getting an epidural after my traumatic natural birth story however I’m rethinking it now.Check out my birth story on my channel my all natural labor and delivery story https://youtu.be/7Lz9-gsb5tY.

  • Great video! You have a way of explaining things that makes labor seem less scary. I’m leaning towards epidural, but not sure, but I feel I can make a more informed decision. Thanks! Blessings to your babies����

  • I’m due in February and I’ve said I wanted to do it natural for my babies sake and mine, I’m scared to tear but I do not want an epi. So, like I said I’ve said I wanted a natural birth and everybody says “ookay, you wouldn’t be able to handle it.” What’s your thoughts on this? How should I respond to this negativity?

  • Everyone had a different experiences.
    I just had my 3rd baby.
    1st one is natural birth. And I swear I will never going to have another baby. Until I had my 2nd baby, I decided to have an epidural. And it was a smooooooth birth.
    The 3rd baby came, I decided to have sterilization. Thats mean I must go through C section.
    The operation went perfect. But the aftermath is the worst!!!!!!
    Even worst than non medicated birth.
    So base on my experiences, vagina birth with epidural is the best way to delivering my baby.

  • I’m freaking out about medication keeps putting in my body… that’s why I’m here. I’m torn if I’ll be going through natural or epidural

  • My mom was and is still like Mother Gothel due to the fact that I’m the youngest and my older sisters didn’t make the best of decisions.

    We always give her a hard time for it and because it’s Mother’s Day today, I’m giving her this song instead of a card ��

  • wow this helped me out a lot!
    first time pregnancy, due in a month and I’m so scared about the cutting,
    I don’t want to do the epi, I also want to go all natural, ( am I crazy)
    but I don’t like being drugged up either,
    and I’ve also hurd that you do feel stronger and happier if you go all natural, I know it’s going to HURRRT, but I’m OK with it…. just not the cutting.. thank goodness you told me they numb you.

  • Ideas for possible future vids:

    Translated Idioms/phrases

    Things politicians have said, translated

    A song about chinchillas

    A book review, translated

    A very complicated cake recipe, in song form

  • She said she wants a man who close n love family, but rex dont give a fock about his sister, his father had to beg them to love each other

  • just rewatched itthe mother didn’t like that Phillip and his mom talk every day, Branden has something shifty about him so that leaves Rex…

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  • Mother knows best? i Uhm, i think you mean Mother wants you to rest so she can trap you in a closet is more like it.

  • When you think about it in the way this video shows, the government is keeping us in quarantine so they don’t lose us, the ones that make up the government. If they lose us then they lose everything. If rapunzel dies, her hair (which is the stuff that makes up her mother) will lose its power and the mother will become old again. Nothing against quarantine, just a thought

  • I do appreciate how honest Rex was about his family dynamics because not all good people come from solid households or lovey dovey upbringing. What matters is who the person choses to be every single day the person they work hard to strive and become.

  • I had to have an episiotomy with the first and it was fine but the recovery was horrendous. I had infection after infection (about 7 lots of antibiotics) then got referred to the hospital for regular appointments. Luckily it just magically felt a lot better just before my last appt when they were going to scheduled surgery for me. But here is am….baby number 2 in the way �� talk about birth amnesia! Oh…and my labour was 45 hours!

  • Mom made an excellent choice…but her daughter wanted #1 1st then #3. She would have never picked #2. Its because shes not attracted to nice guys.

  • Phil ruin his chances by saying that her mother was his best friend. This makes You look like a mama ‘’s boy. Don’t say that guys ��

  • Im totally with you, we had similar experiences and I’m about to have my second trying naturally as long as nothing interferes out of my control.

  • I didn’t remember much of the gas lighting Mother gothel did when I was younger, and now I realize it’s because my parents don’t like to be made out to be the “Bad guy” either ��

  • Hey, can we just shut up about this movie “predicting Covid” it never did. Corona means crown. It’s not Covid-unique, and Covid is not the Black Plague. It’s not even close danger and death wise. Just stop talking about it.

  • I thought Rex was a good choice. 1. He was honest about his feelings. 2. It’s usually the one that’s less likely to be picked turns out to be the great guy 3. He can probably stand his own because he’s not a Mama’s boy 4. His mama wouldn’t be a deciding factor in their relationship/marriage 4. HE APPEARS to be honest about his feelings.

    Kinda reminds me of my husband. I’ve been married 8 years to a awesome man. I THANK GOD I didn’t choose based on my past… my husband is the total opposite.

  • I don’t think mother made a good choice…rex might not be an emotional person…he feels as long as he possibly shows love he never has to say it…I say tex might be emotionally bankrupt

  • @ 3:02 when all three men are looking at the daughter, their body language says everything. # 1and 3, their hands are covering their genitals. #2 Rex has his genitals exposed which shows his attraction to her. Attraction is a good place to start.

  • Very interesting �� Not sure I would’ve allowed my mother to choose but her input would’ve been very important. I leaned towards Branden for obvious reasons but Rex could definitely work. Rex is a workaholic but as long as he’s willing to take time out for love then he’s a great pick. Once he accepts love, I think his other relationships will change as well. Good luck!