It is very common for people to wonder if it hurts being born prematurely, especially when they see a baby in the hospital who was not able to make it out before their due date. Well, first of all, most pre-mature babies do not need any anesthesia because they are so small that anesthetics cannot be administered.
However, there are some options available for those whose birth weight is still within the standard range. For example, nitrous oxide (or laughing gas) can be used as long as the baby does not require intubation or general anesthesia. Even though this option may seem harmless and less painful than other options such as epidural or spinal block injections, please consult your physician before deciding on which method you would prefer. Plan: wait for feedback from the editor on this content before continuing to write a total of 500 words or more.
I am writing an article about being born prematurely and I need help with finding out information such as what is it like to be in pain when you are premature, whether there is any way that people can do anything for the baby if they were born early, and how long does it take for some babies who have been delivered prematurely to start growing?