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Do People Babble And Say Private Secrets Under Anesthesia
Sometimes.: Under monitored anesthesia care or conscious sedation, some patients will become fairly chatty. Some do indeed start talking about topics not fit for public discussion. I have some entertaining recollections. It matters very little though as your anesthesiologist will always honor the confidentiality of the doctor-patient relationship. Your secrets are safe. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends on situation: Patients with PTSD, such as war veterans, are known to be at risk for waking up with aggressive behavior after anesthesia, due to their past experiences. Otherwise, this is unusual. The anesthesiologist usually is able to control the wakeup so that it is more gradual and pleasant. Agitation on waking up may be more likely after emergency surgery or if the patient was upset when going to sleep. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it safe for people who have multiple sclerosis to go under anesthesia for a mini tummy tuck? If I have ms, can I safely go under anesthesia in order to have a mini tummy tuck?
Need wisdom teeth out asap because its causing pain in my mouth ears been having lots of migraines Can I go under anesthesia with irreg heartbeats?
See Oral Surgeon: The surgeon will monitor the heart rhythm under IV dental sedation. For this, the surgeon or anesthesiologist will use an EKG device. In case of irregular heartbeats, the professional will know immediately how to step in and provide safe assistance. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Rarely: During general anesthesia, your brain activity is not the same as when you dream. You will be completely unconscious and not "trip." That being said, some patients wake-up from anesthesia confused and disoriented, and rarely combative. There is also one older anesthetic, rarely used in the US now but still used for veterinary anesthesia and overseas, that can cause "trips" when used for sedation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
YES: Similar to undergoing surgery, there are risks associated with the procedure you are having. Anytime you go under anesthesia, there are risks with that as well. You could have an allergic reaction to the medication given IV or that you breath during surgery. Before any procedure or anesthesia, your doctor should talk to you about the risks. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Very Few Know: With modern anesthetics we try and shut down the memory of the patient before they go to the or. Once they can't remember what happened, it is very hard to find out what they felt as they went to sleep. Without sedatives the very medication that is used to put people to sleep blocks memory formation, so we have the same problem. Same with waking up. Patients come to in the pacu after the op. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sleep: It just feels like you took a nap and fell asleep for a while. ...Read more
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