Dr. Cheyenne Babcock
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How can I deal with chronic pain? My sister has fibromyalgia, being that she's only a teenager, what is the best way for her to deal with the pain? In brief: FibromyalgiaCHRONIC PAIN SYNDROME FIBROMYALGIA PERSISTENT PAIN HYPNOSIS ADOLESCENT TEENAGER YOUNG HEALTH OLD HEALTH FEMALE HEALTHSee 1 more answer
Fibromyalgia is a complex, chronic condition that is poorly understood and requires long-term management.
How will my airway be maintained during surgery? I am having wisdom teeth pulled as well as a temporary anchorage device put in, how will my airway be maintained during surgery? In brief: OralSURGERY TOOTH EXTRACTION WISDOM TEETHSee 2 more answers
Oral surgeons are highly trained specialists and as a part of their training they learn how to provide general anesthesia.
How is local anesthesia given? I'm having a bunion removed and i will be under local anesthesia, is there going to be a tube down my throat? In brief: UsuallyANESTHESIA BUNION LOCAL ANESTHESIASee 3 more answers
Usually not. If your surgeon plans to do local anesthesia (and most podiatrists are great at nerve blocks for the foot and ankle), then he or she intends to provide that for you.
How bad do epidurals hurt? I'm afraid of needles and cannot stand the idea of a long needle going in my back, how bad does it hurt? In brief: AfterEPIDURALSee 1 more answer
After hearing their friends' stories, many patients are surprised at how easy the epidural process goes.
How will i feel after anesthesia? I'm going to have general anesthesia for my dental work to be done, will i feel like my normal self afterwards? In brief: TheANESTHESIA GENERAL ANESTHESIASee 3 more answers
The short answer is no.
Why can't I have an epidural and deliver in the water? Why is it that you can't have an epidural and give birth in water? In brief: WaterEPIDURALSee 3 more answers
Water birth is a birth option offered in some hospitals and birthing centers, but it is not an option if you have an epidural in place.
How quickly will the numbness wear off? I've seen a lot of births, and some of their epidurals wore off immediately some didn't, what is the average amount of time? In brief: TheEPIDURAL NUMBNESS OR TINGLINGSee 2 more answers
The duration of the medications given via an epidural catheter (tube) varies depending on the exact local anesthetic that is being infused, the concentration of it, and the dose.