An injection into the epidural space of the spine.(noun)
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Use "epidural" in a sentence
""There's no way to clean up after, the epidural is a bitch to administer in such tight quarters and they don't even make maternity space suits.""
"The nice thing about epidural is that if a C-section is necessary, additional medication can provide for a stronger anesthetic level."
"Realizing that, by this time, I'd been awake for 24 hours straight, she said, "Get the friggin 'epidural and get some sleep!""