Mon, 18 Mar 2013 16:15:00 GMT | By Rob Kemp
How to cope with labour pain around the clock

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You’ve probably heard that labour can last many hours and even days, especially if it’s your first. But don’t panic. Before you even reach for the gas and air, take the pethidine or opt for the epidural there are plenty of moves you can make – quite literally – to push away the pain.

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