Analgesics relieve pain without the total loss of feeling or muscle movement. During labor, they may be given systemically by injection into a muscle or vein or regionally by injection into the lower back to numb your lower body. A single injection into the spinal fluid that relieves pain quickly is referred to as a spinal block. An epidural block continuously administers pain medication to the area around your spinal cord and spinal nerves through a catheter inserted into the epidural space. Possible risks of both include decreased blood pressure , which can slow the baby's heart rate , and headache .
Hi everyone here that is probably flipping because you want to get rid of your nipple problems.
I went through what you all felt and I would say that there is no solutions without a cost. Surgery would take a few thousand dollars. -yep this is kind of the only effective solution here (well and maybe some remedies that may or may not help).
This is no life threatening problem. It does not affect your health, at all. The only problem that this thing causes is social problem. Having puffy nipples as a teen may really undermine your confidence (by a lot for my case). I would stop doing activities I love such as playing football. I would even have to change the way I walk, wear oversized shirt. Haha I think most of you can relate to this.
The treatment will depend on the reason for the growth. It may simply be a matter of losing weight or cutting down your alcohol intake. If the problem is a low testosterone level, testosterone can be given by injection or as a patch. Tamoxifen – a drug that interferes with the action of oestrogen – is used by some specialists to reduce gynaecomastia. Another possibility is danazol, a drug that promotes the effect of testosterone. Danazol can have troublesome side effects, such as weight gain, acne, muscle cramps and nausea.