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    Thanks for asking @mummymaybe, all went well and Wazza found no issues which I suppose was a good thing. I also had the drilling fone though so hopefully that will improve things. The anesthetic really affected me this time though and it never has done in the past I was really whoozy and needed a wheelchair to get to the car - nothing like creating a scene haha!!

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    @Heyside I hope you are feeling better now. Hope you see big improvement in your next stim from the drilling. Take care of yourself and rest up xoxo

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    @Heyside, take care Hun and good luck on the upcoming cycle xx

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    Thanks ladies, I struggled to sleep last night as I normally sleep on my stomach. The anesthetic side effects have gone this morning though so I am happy about that. My stomach is more tender though, the bruising must be coming out but I can cope with that will just relax today.

    Thinking of you today @LittleDove as you go in for your procedure xxx

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    Thanks @Heyside that's really nice. Glad to hear you are feeling better

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    So glad you a feeling better. Sounds like you had a very generous anaesthetic. Take it easy, I really hope this helps things going forward.

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    Is it normal @mummymaybe to have a more generous anesthetic with a lap compared to and epu or is that just dependent on the anesthetist?? I have never felt like that before and have had 8 ops in the past few years but never a lap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heyside View Post
    Is it normal @mummymaybe to have a more generous anesthetic with a lap compared to and epu or is that just dependent on the anesthetist?? I have never felt like that before and have had 8 ops in the past few years but never a lap.
    You would have more than likely been given a drug to paralysis you. It isn't required for a lot of surgeries but its used for abdo surgery among others. When they pump your tummy full of gas it changes the way you breath so they totally take over and it also stops movement of abdominal muscles.

    You are often given extra drugs to ensure you are totally asleep (paralysed but aware isn't cool) and also drugs to reverse the paralysis before you wake up.

    Having said that I know anaesthetists who use the same drug combo and dose for a procedure regardless of patient. Obviously weight age and drug tolerance changes how you react.

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    @Heyside glad to hear you are recovering well, take it easy.

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    Omg!!! @mummymaybe that sounds scary stuff wouldn't you think I would have been warned about that?? All I can say is in some ways I am glad you didn't tell me that before the surgery lol 😂.


 

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