Is epidural anesthesia necessary? Tutta Larsen Video Column
Now there is a lot of information and enthusiasm about the use of epidural anesthesia in childbirth. Epidural anesthesia is considered to be a major breakthrough in obstetric care. It is used in almost all maternity hospitals, not only during cesarean section, but also in natural births to give a woman a rest. Many obstetrician-gynecologists consider the "epidural" to be their lifesaver.
So do we need epidural anesthesia? In what cases is it impossible to refuse anesthesia, and is it simply necessary? Does anesthesia affect the production of endorphins in a child? Are there any obvious complications after epidural anesthesia? Tutta Larsen answers these and other important questions.
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