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Dizziness, vomiting and nausea post anesthesia for novasure ablation - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hui
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   Hello
User :   I had surgery last Thursday. I was on my back Friday and Saturday, with vomitting, nausea, dizziness. Yesterday and today, I still feel "dizzy"and out of sorts. Can General Anesthesia effect me this long?
Doctor :   It can
Doctor :   How long the surgery was performed
Doctor :   or what is the perform
User :   Ablation / Novasure
Doctor :   What is the ablation done
Doctor :   What was the problme
Doctor :   for which the surgery done
User :   I was also reading on-line that redheads are effected more by anesthesia than other people. Does that mean side effects could stay longer.
Doctor :   See most of the times the effects only lasts till the general anesthesia stays in the circulation before it is waned off by the metabolism
Doctor :   The time depends on the drug that it is used to give the Genera annesthesia
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