by Dr. Nicole Calloway Rankins
Episode #28: your options for managing pain in labor
Fear of pain during labor is on every single pregnant mama’s brain. I get it! But you don't have to be afraid, I did this latest episode of the All About Pregnancy & Birth podcast to help you!
I lay out all of your options for pain management - non medication techniques, IV pain medication, nitrous oxide, and epidurals. I talk about the risks, benefits, pros and cons of each. After listening to this episode you'll go into your labor and birth armed with education and confidence in whatever choices you make to manage your pain.
After listening in, head on over to the All About Pregnancy and Birth Community on Facebook so we can continue the conversation! I'd love to know how you plan to manage pain during labor!
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