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Posted 7 Aug 2013 by Rixiesmom • 15 answers
I went for a colonoscopy yesterday. All I can remember is screaming because of the horrific pain at the Propofol insertion site. The Dr. Told me there would be " a little burning"! Had I not fallen asleep I would have pulled the line out. I am not a baby with no pain tolerance, but this ...
Posted 2 Nov 2016 by Garrylarry • 0 answers
... same.initially,she couldn't eat and lost a lot of weight. She cried at the drop of a hat and was very depressed. She had propofol for surgery. Doctors can't help her except to medicate her. Her personality is subdued. She's not the same. Has anyone had anything like this happen?
Posted 16 Oct 2016 by womanoffaith2day • 0 answers
... liver biopsy
I have had many EGD done before and they always have given me propofol and have never had a problem?
Posted 18 May 2016 by bbrawley3 • 0 answers
... it usually takes sec for me to be out of it. Today I had another one and it took them more than 5 minutes to get me out. They had to keep giving me more and everyone in the room couldn't believe I was still awake. So why would this time be different from all my other ones?
Posted 3 Apr 2016 by WANTINGTOLEARN • 0 answers
After a routine colonoscopy I started fits of sneezing in the recovery room which lasted all day,my eyes were irritated and tearing,my sinuses were painful and running nose. When I woke up this am,the symptoms were pretty much gone. What was this about?
Posted 3 Dec 2015 by Bunnygirl2015 • 2 answers
In recovery room after last 3 abdominal surgeries/procedures, I have done full body pike situps (folding in half, knees to nose), requiring recovery room staff to hold me down. Was relieved after an hour or so by benadryl. Propofol was the drug potentially responsible for reaction. My breathing ...
Posted 27 Oct 2015 by Marasmom • 1 answer
Surgery October 22. Nerve block in shoulder and propofol. I do not remember too much about that or the next day. Slept a lot for 3 days. Now 4 days out, I'm dizzy, picture of tv is vibrating. Women singing gives me the chills or something similar. Irritable. Smells and carsickness. Any one ...
Posted 5 Aug 2015 by drdm2626 • 0 answers
i was given propofol sedation for an endoscopy, I suffered uvula necrosis as a result. They never said anything till I showed them the damage. They then said I fought the sedation. This is not in the medical record and is very suspicious as damage control.
Posted 26 Mar 2014 by Paul Boyer • 2 answers
Posted 20 Apr 2015 by Nanbar • 1 answer
One is only twenty minutes to half an hour; the other, perhaps forty minutes.
Posted 1 Apr 2015 by Howard in CT • 1 answer
I am having outpatient surgery for removal of a scalp lesion.
Posted 23 Mar 2015 by Linda Peach • 1 answer
Can a nurse without a physician present administer propofol?
Posted 19 Dec 2013 by countingthedays • 3 answers
husband had a massive brain bleed due to coumadin. Been sedated with propofol for 12days now, turned off and waiting for him to wake
Posted 27 Sep 2014 by Gizmo 09 • 2 answers
Since June of 24, 2013 my then 22 year old daughter who has a history of asthma,PTSD,ADHD,DEPRESSION and possible BIPOLAR was put in a medicine induced comma and ventilated after an asthma attack on the 21, same month she was given propofol then and all of her tracheal surgerys and g-tube surgerys ...
Posted 9 Aug 2014 by Newlite04 • 1 answer
I was given propofol for a procedure and within 2 hours I bagan having allergy symptoms such as runny nose, sneezing (or feeling like I have to sneeze) and my left eye watering constantly. So far this is far more miserable than the pain from procedure.
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