Over the years, several methods have been developed for expectant mothers to reduce the severity of pain during labor. Probably, all without exception, expectant mothers are frightened by the forthcoming birth, as painful contractions and the birth itself. “Epidural anesthesia,” which is widely used during the last 20-25 years and 70-80% is the most preferred and successful method for the anesthesia of labor. Studies conducted in the United States indicate that in hospitals up to 1500 births per year, 80-90% of epidural anesthesia started in patients, in small hospitals with fewer births, because of the lack of specialized personnel, the level is much lower.