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    How soon does an epidural start working?

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    How soon does an epidural start working?

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    An epidural will start relieving the pain of your contractions within 10 to 20 minutes after you receive it. And it will keep providing pain relief continuously throughout your labor.

    You'll still feel pressure each time you have a contraction, and you'll still be able to push when your doctor says it's time -- it should just make pushing more comfortable.

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    An epidural will start relieving the pain of your contractions within 10 to 20 minutes after you receive it. And it will keep providing pain relief continuously throughout your labor.

    You'll still feel pressure each time you have a contraction, and you'll still be able to push when your doctor says it's time -- it should just make pushing more comfortable.

    Sorry. That's wrong.


     

    An epidural will start relieving the pain of your contractions within 10 to 20 minutes after you receive it. And it will keep providing pain relief continuously throughout your labor.

    You'll still feel pressure each time you have a contraction, and you'll still be able to push when your doctor says it's time -- it should just make pushing more comfortable.

    Sorry. That's wrong.

    An epidural will start relieving the pain of your contractions within 10 to 20 minutes after you receive it. And it will keep providing pain relief continuously throughout your labor.

    You'll still feel pressure each time you have a contraction, and you'll still be able to push when your doctor says it's time -- it should just make pushing more comfortable.

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