Hmm. Okay. I work in healthcare and I think I'm freaked out because patients who are intubated don't have a fond memory in my mind. I wish I could just take their pain away. I've only had one intubated patient who was awake. I felt really bad for her but she was working really hard to get better
I was never intubated that i know of.. I imagine it would be painful after.
If you were, you would have a sore throat after surgery from the tube. That's all most people can remember about the intubation tube. I'm nervous about the paralytic medicine.
Ah so i never was ok.. I had the same, the first wisdom teeth removal, they were so badly infected that i could not open my mouth.. they had to do something to get it open.
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Should I have been conscious during the surgery? Lol
I was awake when I got my wisdom teeth out. I kind of wish they put me to sleep because my bottom wisdom weren't fully ruptured, so the dentist drilled into my jaw. I still have a vivid memory of that. My mom said when she was driving home, I made a joke about Donald Trump and laughed at my own joke for ten minutes.
If they did it right, you should not have been conscious no..
Around June 17th. The surgery scheduler is supposed to call me today
Hey know I'm excited to get a picture of my organs.
I'd also like a picture of my organs, when I did an ASD brain imaging study I got to see an MRI of my brain and it was rad
Hang on I'll message you