I have very, very low pain tolerance. I'm only in the beginning of my second trimester but I can't help thinking about labor. I know that I'll have to get an epidural for both my sake and the sake of everyone in the room. I really don't want anyone to go to therapy because of me. I just want to know what labor is like with the epidural compared to natural. What exactly does the epidrual do? Is there no pain. Does it prevent the tearing pain? I'm so clueless and I know that an epidural can work differently on different people, so I would really love to hear about different experiences. Thanks
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