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    Doubt it would be an issue, I had a GA when 6 weeks pregnant, all was fine.

    They use twilight sedation for colonoscopies (as pp said usually propofol) and again I'd think it would be ok. It is very short acting. Don't put off your procedure or ttc because of it.

    Your gastro and anaesthetist will be able to ease your mind though.

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