Yes. Though a regional anesthesia is not a good idea, there are other techniques and medications that can be used. Ask to talk to your anesthesiologist as soon as possible once you get to the hospital.
What kind? Talk with your anesthesia provider. They can answer your questions. There are some IV pain medications you can receive.
What you didnt. Mention is what time it is now or if you are on one or twice a day doses. Thee is still a good chance that you may safely qualify for an epidural. http://anesth.utmb.edu/asra.htm.
Yes . All options are open. Good luck.