Epidural And Feeling Baby Come Out

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Aliya - December 11

Hi Can you actually feel the baby coming out if you've had any epidural?

 

Lisa - December 15

You will only feel the urge to push. After an epidural you will be numb from the waist down and won't feel anything. I didn't feel my contractions coming either, so the midwife told me when i was about to have one by feeling my stomach.

 

Christine - December 16

I have never had one but from what I was told from friends is that when the baby is coming out is the only thing you do feel

 

Andrea - December 17

You won't feel the baby coming out for the most part. You'll be able to get some sleep and relax with an epidural cuz you're going to need all the strength you can get when it's time. Contractions are draining. I had an epidural and slept for a few hours amidst the contractions. I woke up suddenly with an awful pressure on my rectum and the desire to push. She was born a few minutes later. It helps. I never even felt the episiotomy.

 

dt - May 1

You may be totally numb, or you may be able to feel the sensation / pressure of the baby coming out, minus the pain of stretching and burning.

 

Jill - May 1

they turned my epidural off when it was time to push but it didn't really hurt it actually felt good to push but I pushed her out very quickly If your pushing for a long time it probably starts to hurt

 

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