How to Relieve in Labor Pain?

How to Relieve in Labor Pain?

 Labor is painful, so learning by all means is important so that you can overcome the pain.

Learn how to remove pain in labor. It is also helpful to know about the different options that you have with you during your work, as well as how they can help you. Ask your midwife or doctor what is available so that you can decide what is best for you.

How to Relieve in Labor Pain
How to Relieve in Labor Pain

Write your wishes in your birth plan, but remember that you should keep an open mind. You find that you want you to feel relieved of more pain, or suggest a more effective pain relief for your doctor or midwife delivery.

Various methods of pain relief have been listed below-


 The following techniques can help you relax more in labor, which can help you deal with pain.

  • Learn about Labor – it can make you feel more in control and less scared about what is happening. Talk to your midwife or doctor, ask them questions and go to the initial delivery classes. Learn how to relax, keep calm and breathe deeply.

  • Keep Moving – There can be a difference in your situation, kneeling, try to sit, lie on your side, walk around or try to move forward.

  • Walking on the beanbags or with some support pillows, sitting on a back-to-front in the chair can put pressure on your back and stomach.

  • Bring a partner, friend or relative to help you during labor, but if you do not have any, do not worry – your midwife will give you all your help.

  • Ask your partner to massage (though you do not want to touch you).

  • Hot shower or shower.

  • Hot water bottle or hot packet is placed on your back or lower stomach.

Prepare a birth plan, but remember that you should keep an open mind.

 Water Treatment (in water)

Water can help you to relax and contraction seems less painful. Ask whether you can take a bath or use a birth pool. The water will be kept at comfortable temperature but it will not be above 37.5 C, and your temperature will be monitored.

Gas and Air (Nitrous Oxide)

It is a mixture of oxygen and nitrous oxide gas. Gas and air will not remove all the pain, but it can help reduce it and make it more tolerant.

 How It Works

You breathe in gas and air through the mask or mouthpiece, if you go to the postpartum class then you catch yourself, then you probably practice using masks or mouthpieces. It takes approximately 15 to 20 seconds to work in the gas, so it hurts like the contraction begins, before it is painful.

 Side Effects –

There are no harmful side effects for you or your baby, but it can make you feel lighter.

If gas and air do not give you enough relief, you can also ask for pain-injections.


Another form of pain relief is an intramuscular injection of a drug (in the thigh muscles or in the hip), such as pathidine or diarrhea. It can help you to relax, which can reduce the pain.

  • (An oxide is a chemical which is bound to the special opioid receptors in the body, causing pain). Setting the epidure takes about 20 minutes, and works 10 to 15 minutes for it. It does not always work completely in advance, so it may need to be adjusted.

  • After setting it up, the epidural can be dual or placed on top of the doctor, or you can have an epidural stimulation which is done continuously through a machine

Side Effects

There are some side effects of keeping information about it:

Depending on the type of epidural, an epidural can make your feet feel heavier.

When you can get out of bed, you will be advised by a doctor or midwife.

  • An epidural you should not sleep or be ill.

  • Your blood pressure may fall; However, this is rare because drip in your hands will help you maintain good blood pressure.

  • Epidurals can prolong the second phase of labor, when you push and your child is born.

If you can not feel your contraction anymore, the midwife will tell you when it means that instrumental instruments such as forceps (instrument delivery) can be used to help deliver your child. However, when you have an epidural, your midwife or doctor will wait for a long time, as long as your baby is cured.

  • As a result of the epidemic, if you have difficulty urinating, you may be called a small catheter catheter to help you.

  • Approximately 1 to 100 women suffer from headache after epidural, if this happens then it can be treated

  • Your back may be slightly wrong for a day or two, but epidural is not the cause of back pain.

Some women prefer to avoid the pain relief listed on this page, and opt for alternative treatments such as acupuncture, aromatherapy, homeopathy, hypnosis, massage and reflexology. However, most of these techniques do not provide relief from effective pain.

If you want to use any of these methods, it is important to discuss with your midwife or doctor and to inform the hospital that most hospitals do not relieve pain during labor. If you want to try alternative technology, make sure that the doctor is properly trained and experienced.

How It Works

You are given an intramuscular injection. It takes about 20 minutes to work, and the effect is between two to four hours.

Side Effects

There are some side effects of keeping information about it:

  • It may be tempting, ill and forgetting some women • If it is not worn at the end of labor, it may be difficult to push it: You may like to start half a dose in the beginning how it works for you Does.

  • If pithidin or diarrhea is given at the time of delivery, it can affect the breathing of the child. If this happens then a redemption will be given.


This is for ‘transductional electrical nerve stimulation’. Some hospitals have a number of machines, if not, you can keep your machine. During the active phase of labor many times have not been shown effective (when the contraction is long, strong and more often). In the early stages, this is probably the most effective when many women experience back pain.

It is believed that tens are considered to work by stimulating the body to produce more than ‘natural’ killer ‘endorphin’. It also reduces the number of pain signals sent to the brain by the spinal cord. Side Effects There is no known side effect for you or your baby.

Epidural Anesthesia

An epidural is a special type of local anesthetic, which gives birth to the nerves, causing the pain from the canal to the brain. For most women, an epidemic relief from full pain can be helpful for those women who are taking longer, or especially painful labor, or who are getting bothered

An anesthetist is the only person who can give a pandemic, so if you give birth at home then it will not be available. If you think you need one, then check to see if an anesthetist is always available in your hospital or not.

 How It Works To be an Epidural:

  • A drip will run fluid through a needle in your hand.

  • When you lie on your side or sit in a winding position, an anesthesia will clear your back with antiseptic and with some local anesthetic