April 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #84
Hiya girls, me again, it’s Sally.
This is the main area of the WHOLE procedure of my BA that im actually so so nervous about out of all the pain and other bits and bobs the anesthesia process frightens me the most!
I’ve never ever been put to sleep before in all my 23 years and i have no idea what to expect!
I’m sure it’s really hard to explain what it feels like but i watched Katie Price be put to sleep on her Op and i was so shakey! (On the tele of course hehe, i wasn’t actually there ).
Any reassurance you could give me or advice on what to expect would be so so greatfully recieved.
Eeek, not long now!!
Sally xxxxxxxxxxApril 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35675
hi its fine feel like going to a really nice sleep and when you wake up sleepy still feels like had a nice sleep the pain after hard when drugs wear off but just sleepy and feel the chest tight and heavy painfull when move but really get better and the drugs are good as make you want to sleep
just dont think about it much as i had 6 anesthesia now for health reason the boobs not lol i went high gate and they are so good and the bed great as electric if worrie make it worse realx hunny and after the injection its all over that you know about but defo 2 weeks off work i thinkApril 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35676
Thanks so much for another helpful reply Pippa!
That’s made me feel a little better, kind of just wish i could get it over and done with quickly now so i dont have to keep thinking about what it might feel like hehhe.April 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35677
I it was the putting to sleep bit that has put me off having my boob’s done for years but i had to have a op last year and realised it was’nt that bad.Acually i was better this time having my boob’s done than what i was before,think it makes a difference in a private hospital.
You Will be fine.Let us know how u get on.
Ang xApril 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35678
your welcome hun
bit worrie to think is your doctor the best and will go ok really will and private hospitals are so much better than nhs
and advice from someone who had it done still sore and the morring are worst getting up but lucky as work for myself so dont need to do to much but just less money lol
really did not like them at first but starting to like them now as settle and soften now 19 days now after opp think takes some people longer to get over it the first week was the worst for me well guess hopefull get them re done in 15 years again lolApril 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35679
im 31 with 4 kids i have always felt deformed im real worried about getting it done cos i smoke im trying to cut down has anybody had it done who smokes ?April 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35680April 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35681
Smoking can hinder your healing and therefore affect your scarsand more risk of infection. It depends really on how many you smoke a day. If you can get down to around 5 for a breast enlargement this should be okay.April 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35682
I have just had my tummy tuck op booked. Its the 14th July, and like the lady who started this particular discussion, like her, I myself have never been put too sleep! Am really nervous, worried about it going wrong. what if it doesn’t work and im awake during the op?!
Claire xxApril 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35683
The thought of having aneasthetic is a scary prospect. I had my BA on Friday and all sorts of things were going through my head about not having a clue what was happening to me. I’ve also had general anaesthetic to have my wisdom teeth out and for another small op and I can honestly say that there is really nothing to worry about!! The anaesthetist is a highly skilled professional, it’s their job to ensure you have the correct amount of anaesthetic for your weight/height etc and there is no way you will wake up during the op! Put your trust in the professionals, you’ll be absolutely fine.
Sally – I also watched Katie Price being put to sleep, she seemed to enjoy it, she actually seemed to fight the anaesthetic and started saying random things didn’t she??? Well my experience was nothing like that, I was laying on the bed, the lovely anaesthetist put the canula in my arm and he said something like ‘you’ll be having a little sleep now’ and with that I was asleep without a second to respond and the next thing I remember is the nurse talking to me as I was coming round about an hour later! When you wake up afterwards you’ll really wonder why you were so worried, but it’s natural to get nervous about it
Hope this helps xApril 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35684
Thanks, it is a real big help for me as I am going for my op on the 14th! Am so nervous I keep feeling sick and shaking! It maybe just sounds scarier than what it really is.
Claire xApril 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35685
hey dutty, my ops on the 15th. im trying to not think about it really, cuz otherwise i’ll just worry myself sick lol!
im sure we’ll be fine!
sarah xxApril 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35686
Thanks! where are you going for your procedure? What are you having done? Good luck for you too
Claire xxApril 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35687
hey! im having a BA in manchester with mr traynor. im a 34 aa/a now and hopefully having 380/410 cc overs, which will bring me to a full C/small D.
i dont even have my sports bra yet lol!
sarah xxApril 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm #35688
Hi Sara i am booked in for ba on 14th july with Mr Traynor and i have chosen 380cc in left and 410 in the rigth as one boob is bigger then the other.But i am a little bit unsure i hope to be a d or dd will be great i am a 34b now .Are you happy with your size and What do you think of Mr Traynor are you happy with his work ?
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