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Knee arthroscopically scoped to remove pseudo gout and repairing of meniscus. Why nauseated?

I am 50 years old. Today I had my right knee arthroscopically scoped to remove what I was told was pseudo gout and repairing of a meniscus . I was under general anesthesia and now about 7 hours post-op my heart feels like it is racing. I have felt my pulse and it seems to be normal. I am also feeling a little light headed and nauseous. What should I do to relieve these aggravating symptoms?
Asked On : Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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its due to GA effect. Nil per oral for some more time . anti-emetic injection can be given
Answered: Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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