Birth pain is one of the most severe pains. Relieving this pain without affecting the labor (contraction of the uterus, active participation and pushing of the patient) has significant advantages for both the mother and the unborn baby. There are many methods to achieve this. These include methods such as giving pain relievers to the mother by injection, numbing the area where the baby comes out, inhaling a mixture of anesthetic gas and air, acupuncture, and TENS (electrical stimulation to the waist area). Among these, the best and most preferred method is “epidural anesthesia”, which is a regional anesthesia method.

This method, which is applied by an experienced anesthesiologist when labor pains begin, is not only extremely safe for both the expectant mother and her baby, but also easy to apply. Pain is relieved with a local anesthetic administered through an injection made through the waist of the sitting mother-to-be. The expectant mother and the child are under the supervision of both the obstetrician and the anesthesiologist from the beginning to the end of the birth.

Every Expectant Mother Wants to Have a Painless Birth
Pain is a complex and unpleasant perception that can originate from any tissue. Pain treatment has been one of the most current and widely studied topics in medicine for many years.

Normal birth is a severely painful event. The studies carried out with the desire to give the mother a comfortable and painless birth have finally yielded results. Since the beginning of this century, expectant mothers have been helped throughout the world by using different techniques during labor. The most reliable and comfortable technique for painless birth is provided by epidural anesthesia.

In our hospital, our patients are given normal and painless birth with epidural anesthesia, with an expert staff who are skilled and experienced in this field and using the latest technology products.

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Expectant mothers who want to give birth with epidural anesthesia can come to our hospital, meet our anesthesiologists and get detailed information.