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TENS (Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation)

TENS machine delivers a small electrical current to the body through electrodes attached to the skin. TENS, is a form of pain relief without medicine.

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Non-medical pain relief during labour

There are many ways to relieve labour pain without medicines. Each method has advantages and disadvantages. Learn about the different options to help choose one or more that suit you.

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Pain relief during labour

Learn what options are available to you to relieve pain during labour pain, and how your birth support partner can help you.

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Complementary therapy during pregnancy

About half of Australian women consult a complementary therapist while pregnant. Here's what you should know about integrative medicine and pregnancy.

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Glossary of pregnancy and labour

Glossary of common terms and abbreviations used in pregnancy and labour.

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Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS device) | myVMC

TENS units (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) are used to treat pain by passing a small electrical current across the skin.

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TENS - transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation - MyDr.com.au

TENS stands for transcutaneous (through the skin) electrical nerve stimulation. It is a treatment that uses low voltage electrical currents to help treat many painful conditions.

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Pain during childbirth | HealthEngine Blog

Almost all women experience pain during childbirth which varies in severity. There are different pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches to treatment of pain during childbirth.

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Control of Pain in Children (Paediatric Pain Management) | HealthEngine Blog

Paediatric Pain Management: Paediatric Pain Management is the Control of Pain in Children.  Pain can be associated with numerous paediatric diseases and conditions and the patient may require Paediatric Pain Management.

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