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You'll be able to move your arm, and the IV should not cause any pain. A saline lock can be converted to a full-scale IV at any point, such as if a mother requests an epidural or is in need of IV medication or fluids. Talk to your doctor or midwife before your labor starts to clarify how they use saline IV locks and express your preferences.What is a heparin lock?
A heparin lock (in which a catheter is placed in the vein, and then a drop of heparin is added to prevent blood clotting and the catheter is locked off) is an option that gives hospital staff an open vein should an emergency arise, but doesn't hook you up to that IV pole unnecessarily.Can I take IV fluids during labor?
Second, IV fluids and IV antibiotics may be administered during labor if mom has Group B Streptococcus (GBS). Third, IV fluids may rarely be used if mom becomes dehydrated during a very extended labor or if mom is experiencing prolonged and excessive vomiting.What is the difference between HEP-lock and saline lock?
Today, saline solution is typically used instead of heparin, so it’s more accurate to call it a saline lock instead. Despite this, the words hep-lock and saline lock are often used interchangeably by many non-medical people. During a low-risk natural birth in a hospital, an IV hep-lock is the ideal.