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Things I wish they'd told me

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  • Hi

    I've a pre-op on Friday, and this has helped me get my questions ready for the anaesthetist then.

    Thanks all
  • ouch with the shots. Between all the IVs and blood test you certainly did not need to get stuck every 3 hours. Good luck at your appointment and I hope your fusing!
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  • I am not in the US. I never heard of Iv Tylenol before either. I was on my cpap and with 02, but my o2 sat,s were consistently in the eighties the first night after surgery due to the effects of the anesthesia.I was supposed to be put in a step down unit after surgery but their were no available beds, so they were extra cautious, absolutely no narcotics until my 02 sats improved.
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