Women who were not allowed to have food or drink during labor were more likely than those who were to have an unplanned cesarean section, researchers reported in the American Journal of Nursing. There were no differences between the groups in unplanned maternal ICU admissions, significant neonate condition or morbidity.
Study supports allowing women to eat, drink during labor
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