By ThatWasntFun - 29/01/2015 21:00 - United States - Jacksonville
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No 24, the anesthetic would've only worked like that if op was having a surgery where they were put to sleep. This is just local anesthetic in which case they should've let the doctor know immediately that they were able to feel everything. (I think you may have been making a joke, but I just wanted others to know)
I had this before when getting a filling at the dentist...I didn't say anything the first time because I figured it was just the dentist and it's supposed to hurt. Plus I didn't want to prolong the pain, I just wanted to get it over and done with. I took me a few times to realise that anaesthetic doesn't really work on me.
That reminds me of the time I went to the podiatrist with a planters wart on the arch of my foot when I was 15. He came in, messed with something on the counter without me seeing, sat down, grabbed my foot, said "don't move" & started cutting. I was in shock and scared of moving and making it worse so I sat still until he was done and then he put some antiseptic ointment on it, said it would hurt for a couple days & walked out. My dad didn't even complain for me he just said he was impressed with how tough I took it.
Not really the doctor's mistake if the anaesthetic doesn't work. They probably could've checked but when I had stitches before they asked me if I could still feel it, I said yes, and they just kept injecting me again and again until I gave up and said it was okay so they'd stop stabbing me. and I still felt everything afterwards as well. For some people it just doesn't work. : (
You didn't say anything...?
*shivers violently at the thought*