The nurse told me they gave me 175mg of fentynol (however you spell it) which she supposedly said that was ALOT especially for someone my age and that versa whatever ****. My throat absolutely kills me now every single time I swallow ANYTHING regardless of what it is. I only had it about 5 hours ago but they told me I was going to see nothing and feel NOTHING. The doc even made me have my mom come get me when I could have more than perfectly driven myself home.
I read your blog on the endoscopy. I had the SAME EXACT situation. They said I would be out in LALA LAND and would not feel a thing. Well not only did I feel everything but I saw everything...I felt like i was ******* dying. I kept gagging like i was going to die literally and they left it in my throat. When they finished I got up off of the procedure table and WALKED to the recovery room no problem.
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