Sterile water injections for back labor: I'm going to assume no one is doing this except some midwives somewhere - outside of the hospital OB unit.https://allnurses.com/ob-gyn-nursing/sterile-water-injections-40288.htmlhttps://allnurses.com/ob-gyn-nursing/intradermal-water-injections-334035.htmlI have witnessed this work amazingly well (freestanding birth center labor) - and it is rare that I have a patient in the hospital who isn't walking in demanding an epidural. But there are times when a woman is having back labor, likes being active and moving in labor, and for that reason does not want to be confined to bed with an epidural. It seems like intradermal water injections would be a place to start. Had a patient recently where I thought intradermal water injections would have helped her - but as far as I know, **we don't do that**. We don't have CNMs on our unit - we practice old-school obstetrics, well, with epidurals. Anyway - a couple of questions.1) Any hospitals offering this? 2) How do you 'sell' this idea to the powers-that-be so you can offer a little something for our back-laboring patients? This will really pertain to so few patients - because the overwhelming majority want epidurals ASAP. But there are a few who want something different, and it would be nice to have a few more tools in the toolbox. I think I asked once when I started about sterile water injections - and the charge nurse looked at me like I had 2 heads.