Through an IV line in your arm. Most anesthesia is given by IV. If they need to give you "gas" they will use a special mask to do so through your airway. Unless the do epidural anesthesia, in which you will be awake but wont feel anything. The best thing to do is to speak to the Dr that is doing your anesthesia ahead of time so he/she can explain to you exactly what they will be doing. This is not a big obstacle, no worries!
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