Wisdom Teeth + unconsious

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  1. jj8inch

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    I'm having my wisdom teeth pulled in a week and a half and I heard when they put you out and you start waking up you talk unconsciously. Have any of you said stuff that you were supposed to keep secret. I'm in the closet still with my family and am worried I'm going to blurt it out.
     
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    I've heard that before. :confused:

    Surely it would be the same with other anesthesia. I've never heard a person having heart surgery, and then blurting out something embarrassing when they're waking up.
     
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    Is your family going to watch?? Actually but seriously, they'll probably use a drug called Versed which is like valium but very short acting. As you fall asleep you'll probably just mumble something unintelligible.........nothing to worry about.
     
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    I'm getting IV sedated
     
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    Then you have 30-45 minutes tops of re=coop time. Parents are usually waiting in the waiting room. I doubt you'd blurt something like that out... but if you did, you could always just blame it on the drugs.

    Try not to think about it. You're more likely to ramble incoherantly.
     
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    im doubting they will be using sodium thiopental aka truth serum.
     
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    I had mine pulled under sedation over 20 years ago. If I said anything weird neither the oral surgeon nor his assistant commented to me afterwards. I don't think you have anything to worry about. :cool:
     
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    And remember to enjoy the ride.........
     
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    Not to scare you dude, but when I had mine pulled I must have said quite a lot of shit. My mom said they told her as we were leaving "when you give people this stuff sometimes they say some weird things...so don't pay any attention to what he says it is just the drugs."

    I don't remember much og anything other than the dentist was a younger guy and pretty good looking. Hell for all I know I might have told him that I wanted to suck his fucking cock. That would have been tough since my mouth was stuffed with gauze. LOL

    Recently I got put out to have a bladder stone removed, (basicly a kidney stone that had gotten in my bladder) but they had to bust it up to get it out. When I woke up there was this really muscular male nurse holding me down and asking me "where did you think you were going?" Apparently I made quite a scene in the recovery room and tried to jump outta the bed and the female nurses couldn't deal with me so they called this dude in to come hold me down.
     
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    I think they use that for lethal injections too.
     
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    I was IV sedated for mine, too. As I was starting to regain conciousness I heard constant unending moans that made me think of people dying slowly as they hung in chains. When I finally had the strength to lift my head enough to see who was making this godawful noise I discovered I was alone in the recovery room (It was me. How nice.) and promptly shut up.

    Believe it or not this horror story is meant to reassure you. While you're recovering from the sedative you'll be in a separate room under medical care and by the time you are released to family you'll have regained your faculties enough to control what you say.:smile:
     
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    I remember humping the operating table just before I went out. The Dr. slapped me on my back side to get me to stop.

    Then I herd some one say, "guys just wait for him to quit".

    Then I realized what I was doing and stopped.

    After words the Dr. asked me if I remembered anything I said no; he said I was really flaking out on the table.
     
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    So you think you'll suddenly blurt out loud and clear "I'm gay and like to suck Dick!!" while you're under? C'mon! Don't worry, it won't happen, and even if it did you would probably in reality just mutter something unintelligible anyways.
     
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    I wouldn't worry about it. And I wouldn't put off getting your wisdom teeth removed because you are afraid of what you might say. The longer you wait, the worse it is going to be.

    I don't remember saying anything, or anyone mentioning I said anything. I went out pretty quick though. I can't even remember how far I got when counting from 10. The only comment I heard from them was that I was a lightweight after the surgery.

    Also I got a black eye from it.
     
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    No worries, guy. If you do say anything, it will not be taken seriously by any office staff anyway and they certainly would not be reporting your comments to your family. Usually anything uttered is unintelligible or silly. I'm a doctor, don't worry, just get it handled.
     
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    you are thinking about it way to much. nothing is going to happen
     
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    yeah like most have said in here i wouldn't worry about it at all! have you been under before? because i dont know about you but i come out of it like a button, i go under straight away and come out of it straight away so theres not chance for any incoherent mutterings lol

    i would be more concerned about the bruising youll have, wisdom teeth are the deepest rooted, they dont come out easy so they are going to have to use all the leverage they have, and if that means holding your body down with force, then so be it lol.
     
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    Well it's not like they straight pull them out. They usually cut them up into four pieces. Lovely picture huh? But it is still a pretty traumatic procedure as far as force goes. Like I said earlier, I got a black eye from mine being pulled. And they weren't even rooted, and I only had 3. It's not like a normal black eye either, it goes yellow pretty quickly, then it slowly drains down your face and eventually into your chest before it goes away. It was pretty neat, and it didn't hurt ever.

    I'm definitely glad it is out of the way though. Better now than later!
     
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    This will be my first procedure ever never even had stitches. Thanks for the encouragement blokes just wish my boy could be there with me.
     
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    Doctor-Patient confidentiality.
    If you're worried you can go in there and tell your doctor "There are some things I might say when I'm under that I don't want to say to my family, so can you not let them see me until I'm conscious enough to know whats going on?" and they will. If they give you laughing gas you'll probably say more than you would with other anesthesia drugs.
     
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