Consultation at the anesthesiologist: the point

Consultation at the anesthesiologist: the point


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Whether you wish to have an epidural on the day of your delivery, an appointment with the anesthesiologist is expected during the 3rd trimester. We take stock of this consultation with our quiz.

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The appointment with the anesthetist is:

MandatoryOnly strongly recommended

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It is obligatory, whether or not you want the epidural for your delivery. Why ? Because an intervention with local or general anesthesia can not be ruled out on D-Day, like a cesarean, the use of forceps ...

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Comments:

  1. Mistie

    I apologize for interfering ... I have a similar situation. Let's discuss.

  2. Sandor

    I am am excited too with this question.

  3. Kellan

    Wonderful, very good message

  4. Kendhal

    Thank you so much for the information, this is really worth keeping in mind, by the way, I could not find anything sensible on this topic anywhere in the net. Although in real life many times I came across the fact that I did not know how to behave or what to say when it came to something like that.



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