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EDA should be possible, but not routine!


Epidural sensation not only diminishes our pain but also the natural power of our birth.


Some mothers suggest that if they had not received epidural anesthesia after the onset or increased infusion of oxytocin, they would have been hard to bear artificially. Dr. Sarah Buckley however, after reviewing more than 100 articles and research, it has been concluded that epidural and spinal anesthesia decreases maternal hormones, such as oxytocin, in the maternal body. It seems as if we are being ruined…
Epidural Insensitivity (EDA) is a very old 1885 state. And over the course of one hundred years, he has achieved one of the most common methods of pain relief and anesthesia. In 2004, about two-thirds of newborn women in the United States received epidural anesthesia (including the 59 percent who had a vaginal birth). In Canada, the vaginal parents used EDA at the top, and in the United Kingdom, 21 percent of newborn women. Recently, both epidural and spin-sensing techniques have evolved, and may even be used in combination.
Dr Sarah Buckley is rйszletesen describes how the epidurбlis йs spinбlis йrzйstelenнtйs szьlйsi the six hormones, the vajъdбs folyamatбra what may be the mellйkhatбsai anyбra йs the ъjszьlцttre nйzve what цsszefьggйs lбtszik EDA йs the szoptatбs or valу the szьlйsйlmйnnyel elйgedettsйg mйrtйke kцzцtt.
For example, epidural and spinal anesthesia blocks the elevation of oxytocin levels in the fetus and also eliminates the oxytocin trap that helps the baby to be born and the baby in the advanced stage. There is also a decrease in the level of beta-endorphin by which a woman in butter is relocated to an altered state of consciousness that aids in childbirth. Also, the levels of hormones that help the baby to fully emerge from the birth canal, and then from the mother to the baby, become diminished by the ability to become familiar with the baby. Presumably, these are the reasons why EDA prolongs the need for childbirth and childbirth, and because low levels of pain in the affected mothers are very much suppressed, according to research.
The fetus and the newborn are affected by changes in the maternal body (higher body temperature, blood pressure, etc.), and the epithelial anthrax is affected. After birth, the newborn can have a significant impact on the success and outcome of breastfeeding. In one of the two postpartum pregnancies, which may have a positive effect on the subsequent course of breastfeeding, changes in the behavior of the newborn cause a change in the substance given to the mother by the epidural. A mother who is breastfeeding may also be affected by a prolonged intervention and lower oxytocin levels.
If so, epidural anesthesia can have the benefit of making it bear a process that, for some reason, surpasses the mother's thirst, and can carry a significant risk to the mother and to the mother at all times. For those who want to avoid EDA, dr. Sarah Buckley recommends that you choose a doctor or a model of birth control or guidance that is mature and supportive to the principles and practices of natural and unbroken parenting. In many cases, it is the interventions that occur during labor and delivery that make the process especially painful.
Forrбs: Buckley, S. (2005): Epidurals: Risks and Concerns for Mother and Baby. Mothering, No. 133. Nov-Dec 2005.