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Old Nov 9th, 2017, 21:33 PM   11
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you have to use it correct for it to fully work it can take all the pain away but you have to continuously breath it in and out with no break i didnt take it out of my mouth and it worked great
That's exactly what I did and I didn't get any relief at all from it. I used up an entire tank without taking it out of my mouth.



 
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Old Nov 10th, 2017, 04:43 AM   12
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you have to use it correct for it to fully work it can take all the pain away but you have to continuously breath it in and out with no break i didnt take it out of my mouth and it worked great
That's exactly what I did and I didn't get any relief at all from it. I used up an entire tank without taking it out of my mouth.
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Old Nov 10th, 2017, 07:02 AM   13
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I tried gas and air with my first for a few contractions and didn't like the way it made me feel so just did it without (and as it was paramedics delivering her I didn't get anything else) and I decided not to plan for any pain relief for my second (obviously knowing I could change my mind if I needed to) but turns out I wouldn't have had time for anything other than gas and air with the second so I did it with nothing again. I can honestly say I don't think things are too bad with nothing if u just take it one contraction at a time. Both times I realised that the time I wanted pain relief was actually just before I started pushing, when your pushing if u focus in the push rather than the contraction and pain u barely feel the contraction (half the time I didn't actually no whether my contraction had gone off or not).
Plan for no pain relief with it in mind u can change your plan if u need to.

Can't they use something other than medical tape? I'm sure there are other things available to hold it in place?



 
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Old Nov 12th, 2017, 21:18 PM   14
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I tried gas and air with my first for a few contractions and didn't like the way it made me feel so just did it without (and as it was paramedics delivering her I didn't get anything else) and I decided not to plan for any pain relief for my second (obviously knowing I could change my mind if I needed to) but turns out I wouldn't have had time for anything other than gas and air with the second so I did it with nothing again. I can honestly say I don't think things are too bad with nothing if u just take it one contraction at a time. Both times I realised that the time I wanted pain relief was actually just before I started pushing, when your pushing if u focus in the push rather than the contraction and pain u barely feel the contraction (half the time I didn't actually no whether my contraction had gone off or not).
Plan for no pain relief with it in mind u can change your plan if u need to.

Can't they use something other than medical tape? I'm sure there are other things available to hold it in place?
I havenít gotten it diagnosed but I am pretty sure I am allergic to rosin which is what is in anything sticky. When I asked last time they said the bandage must adhere well bc itís protecting a needle in your spine. To be honest I donít think the hospital cares. The second time it happened I begged the dermatologists (yes made him come back with his boss) twice for steroids and they refused...guess who had to run to the dr after being discharged for steroids again!



 
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Old Nov 13th, 2017, 06:47 AM   15
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I guess they wouldn't want to mess with needles in the spine but it amazes me that there isn't anything out there that can do the job.

Have u looked into other pain relief, I guess the sticky pads of tens machines would have the stuff your allergic to as Well? What about other types of injectable pain relief?

I can honestly say if by some ungodly reason I decided to have another I wouldn't intend to have any pain relief again, have u thought of natal hypnotherapy? I used a CD in the run up to labour of both of mine, I'm not sure how much it played a part in my labour and I didn't really think much about it in my labours but it certainly helped me fall asleep while I was pregnant so can't complain at that lol



 
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Oh yeah maybe try hypnobabies!



 
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