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Talking about Epi, I was administered the same drug during my 5-hours operation. So I was awake while the doctors butchered me and treated me like a piece of meat, while they hack, saw, drill and screw rods and screws in ... so I was aware of what was happening, even with the epidural, towards the end, I was starting to feel the pain from the screwing in of the screws through the flesh ... God now they want me to go through it to take out the screws!
If the delivery is at most less than an hour, take the Epi!
A picture a day keeps the blues away!
Wah... sounds bad bro...
Actually I didn't know epidural was used outside of childbirth
Shows how little medicine I know
For those who might want to be administered, talk to your doctor or wiki for the possible negative effects it might have.
What you need to think about is... side effects (possible only hor, not confirmed everyone will experience it) versus full set of intense, nerve-wrecking, (sometimes even longer) unbearable labour pain... You let your wife think about it and choose the lesser of two evils... Forget about "your mother dun have epi, if she can tahan, sure can you" bull crap lah... Back in those days, you think epidural exists already meh? If have, you think none of them will opt for it? Think very wisely and seriously... as it is no joking matter.
If one day, technology allows even male to go pregnant and then wife die-die want you to go through it... I want to see how many of you would be gung-ho as well... For me no need to think one, Epi for me!
Btw: I was beside my wife during delivery... even though she took epi and went smoothly... your ka will still go wobbly one! Because the experience is soooo special, you want to see suffering?
Note: my wife wants to share her experience your wives. For her, even during normal PMS cycle - she doesn't feel much one (this, the women should know better what she's trying to say)... when she took epi, she could still feel the sensation (not exactly pain, I can't describe it) during labour... For those who can get very cranky during normal PMS (as they are experiencing much discomfort) and then still don't opt for epi... just imaging that the labour pain is going to be much much more... This is her message, now up to you to decide...
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-Transfer of knowledge and skill (free one somore...)
-Encouraging future family units, and even possible population growth...
Kakakaka... . wah, hope that doesn't frighten anyone off... just joking oni okay?
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Epi or No Epi is another thing, dont faint in the labour ward only while the wife giving birth, and dont miss being by her side while shes in labour,
and look forwards to moment like this...
but not this type of moments, wah super tired chasing after her... hehehehehe
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LORD of THe NoObs
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