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By pong / Tuesday 6 August 2013 21:59 / France - Toulouse
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  Sfaizi24  |  17

#23 you didn't understand the fml did you?

By  mrt8062  |  7

That must suck

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A lot of blood usually does come from their body. That's why in the surgery you get transfusions.

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  DocBastard  |  38

#29 - No, you usually do NOT bleed a lot during surgery, and transfusions are very rare. Or did I miss that day on uncontrolled bleeding during surgery school?

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  TheDrifter  |  23

I think 29 went to the Mengele school of medicine. Only once in 6 surgeries have I needed a transfusion, and that time I had already lost a lot of blood by the time I got there.

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  jkmartinjk  |  16

I, for one, would like to know what surgery you're having OP, so I can avoid it all costs.

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  lissa_jade  |  22

I read "dumbass doc" and automatically expected input from him. doesn't necessarily need to be a surgeon !

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  rivaraven  |  35

Do you have much experience with 'oh shit, what the hell is that'? I sometimes read your blog, but it would be interesting to hear (read) something similar to that..

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  DocBastard  |  38

I say that all the time. Usually it's in response to a misspelled tattoo or a vial of "something" that fell out of someone's ass crack. Yes, that happened.

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  little_one  |  20

Or have a bottle up there ass. Lol Some doctors don't have great bed side manor. I'm sure some surgeons have seen a lot of fucked up and bad shit in there career and are probably desensitized to the point they can call surgery a slaughter house and not make the connection that that would scare you. Good Luck OP!

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  GeorgiaBea  |  28

I have had local, twilight, and general anesthesia and personally I like twilight the best. When I was completely under I had to have a breathing tube and I didn't like that. When I had local, it took more than they have me to knock out the pain- so it hurt a lot. But for my heart ablationI had to be awake and that was awesome. I could see my entire chest on the monitors and my heart... Plus I couldn't have cared less about anything.

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