Many mentions about "did not wake up after surgery"
Over the past few months I have seen it mentioned matter-a-factly that some did not wake up after surgery. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? Obviously these folks are alive and well, but I would like more in-depth info reegrding this. How did this effect your stay in the hospital? I am gearing up for my surgery 04/16 and appreciate any insight you can give me. Is this considered ok/normal? Thanks so much Sharon
Hugs and blessings ~~~ Vivian
GOD GRANT ME THE SERENITY TO ACCEPT THE THINGS I CAN NOT CHANGE; COURAGE TO CHANGE THE THINGS THAT I CAN; AND THE WISDOM TO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE !!!! THIS IS MY DAILY PRAYER.
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All that said and done, we were just fine. No extended stays or anything for this. And really neither of us even noticed...we were still out of it. :-D
I slept for most of that first day (surgery day). It didnt bother me much, I wasnt nauseous or anything else, just felt sooo tired and sleepy. My family was there chatting all around me, I had some visitors and was never aware that they were there. Like I said, lol, "out of it".
Good luck with your surgery. All in all, this experience was a cakewalk for me and I would do it all over again if I had to!
on 3/29/12 7:39 am