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Do not worry, I myself had an operation done on my head when I was young. It is just the reaction from waking up with a bunch of tubes plunged down your throat. Atleast that's what it was for me. And it feels kind of weird not naturally breathing on your own after waking up :)

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I remember waking up from surgery... All was a happy world and nothing could stop me. That is... Until the pain meds wore off :(

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Haha cheers 49, 52,I wish Mine was as pleasant as you make yours sound like, I was screaming for minute on end until they finally finished butchering my throat. Lucky for you, you never had a thick as hell of a tube get ripped out of the back of your head(while you were awake) or 30+ staples ripped out of your head. Come to think of it I have no idea how I still remember this...

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No #17, there aren't trolls on this site. Most of the commenters really are just fucking braindead.

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I've had staples ripped from my stomach, and drainage tubes pulled out of my stomach, those hurt bad! Sadly I've had lots of surgeries.

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And as someone who has had several surgeries the morphine they give you in the recovery room is a joke. It's like pain pain push of morphine two minutes of no pain then an even more intense pain follows.

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I never remembered the recovery room, the morphine they give you with the button is good, but some advice, don't click the button to the tune of a song, it doesn't make the nurses very happy, haha!

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Not to sound mean but they don't, I speak from experience when I was a little kid, sorry to ruin your hypothesis :L

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No in fact I think most hospitals keep the prep room and the recovery room separate. That has always been my experience in several different hospitals i have had surgery in They are trying to keep the patient going into surgery calm so they do not have to worry about a blood pressure spike and such that may cause complications during surgery. And anytime I was nervous I just told them when I have had surgeries and the pushed what the referred to as "happy juice". Into my IV. I

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Morphine is not the miricle people think it is. It's effects are extremely short lived and when it wears off after those couple of minutes the pain seems worse.

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i found it worked well after my open heart surgery... was on it 3 days, very little pain, even had 3 chest drains removed without major pain. maybe i just have a high pain threshold...

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I try to only correct that every 10th time I see that, #66, but it is one of my biggest grammatical pet peeves, too. I get a little twitch when I see it.

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#66...Stupid grammar nazi.i hat that sooooooo freakin much.cant people just type Wat they won't to.they could of just wanted to type it like that

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