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Childbirth without pain

Just as the older generation could not get used to the fact that treatment and prosthetic reconstruction can be quite painless, women will no longer fear pain during birth by 2050. There have already been attempts to apply anaesthesia, however, patients and doctors themselves were not sure of its complete safety. By 2050, a special microchip implantation procedure for women in labor will relieve their pain during childbirth. The microchip is less than a millimetre in size , but it adapts to the patient's level of pain and relieves it.

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Raptor1324 cool i wonder how they will feel 06 Feb 2019
Andrew D Pegram This could be good—and yet, hypnotherapy has also shown its anesthetic effects for childbirth. My hope is that we will actually understand the capabilities of the the human being far more than most people do now, and that this knowledge will be more applied and integrated in society. 06 Feb 2019