Caesareans and pain relief for mothers giving birth ‘should be cut to save the NHS money’ | Mail Online

Family doctors are being told to try to talk women out of having Caesareans and very strong painkillers during birth to save the NHS money.

New guidelines drawn up for GPs urge them to encourage women to have natural labours with as little medical help as possible.

But for many women the prospect of giving birth without the painkillers is unthinkable.

via Caesareans and pain relief for mothers giving birth ‘should be cut to save the NHS money’ | Mail Online.

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