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Epidural analgesia is the injection of anesthesia or a steroid in the epidural space which is filled by a fluid surrounding the spinal cord. Epidural reduces pain sensations and is commonly used by a gynecologist for eliminating chronic labor pain during child delivery.
Epidural is injected after numbing the lower back area with a local anesthetic. A slight pressure, burning, or tingling sensation may be felt following the injection.
The effect of epidural injection depends on the type of epidural (single injection or continuous flow catheter). Epidural analgesia is usually given only once during the delivery and the effect of the injection lasts for almost 60-120 minutes.
During epidural analgesia, the doctor performs the following steps;
The site of injection is cleaned with antiseptic and local anesthesia is injected to numb the area as the epidural needle is larger than the standard needle, hence more painful
Epidural is injected into the spine for a single injection or a catheter is inserted to inject anesthesia as long as it is required
After the delivery, the catheter is removed from the back and the site is again cleaned with an antiseptic
An epidural analgesia administered by the best gynecologist in Burewala involves the following benefits;
Reduces the labor pain during delivery
Can help you rest during prolonged labor
Makes you stay alert during the delivery procedure
Can decrease the chances of getting postpartum depression
Epidural analgesia is generally a safe procedure but may cause certain complications including;
Nerve damage at the site of injection
Infections such as meningitis