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New leaflet on pain relief for giving birth if your baby has died

LabourPains have created a leaflet regarding pain relief options during labour after IUFD.

Finding out that your baby has died before birth is devastating. It can be difficult to process all of the information you are given at such a difficult time, so it is often helpful to have it in writing as well.

This leaflet provides information about pain relief options that may be available to you during labour and birth.

The leaflet is now available on the LabourPains website, where you can also browse our range of resources for expectant mothers about pain during labour and pain relief options. Many of our resources are also translated into various languages.

Download the leaflet

If you have any questions related to this blog or comments, feel free to get in touch. However, please note we are unable to provide specific medical advice.