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|Originally posted by cwaddick
I would like to know if there are any natural approaches that can be taken during or after a c-section surgery.
For instance, can I request acupuncture instead of pharmacalogical anaesthia? (Not sure I'd want to, but...)
I am just wondering what my larger array of choices are in a hospital.
I'm sure the epidural would make me itchy....It makes 25% or more of all people itchy as a routine side effect... I'm not sure I would want more drugs to "cure" the side effects of the first ones.
What are my other options?
|Originally posted by Megs Mom
Self-hypnosis has been used for all kinds of surgeries, but you might have a hard time finding a dr. to agree to it...
|I would like to know if there are any natural approaches that can be taken during or after a c-section surgery.|
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