Guess what guys? I'M HAVING DRYAVEN NEXT TUESDAY!! So went to see my consultant today to book in for my c section and they said they could do it from 37 weeks onwards. My midwife said to try for then due to the pain in in.
Luckily she agreed with me. She could see I was in alot of pain(especially with my medical history) and that because I'm hallucinating because of the lack of sleep due to the pain that it's unfair to keep me like that as the stress is not good for either of us!
So I got booked in for Tuesday when I'm 36weeks and 6 days(no dates till I was 38+ so they agreed to this day). So I'm gonna be a very busy girl this week.
Seeing anesthesiologist (or what they are called) on Wednesday to see if I will be having a spinal or general(due to scar tissue on my back being in the place where the needle would go through). Then Thursday I'm up for 1st set of steroid injections. Friday up for 2nd lot of steroids and then Monday Pre op and Tuesday he's here! 😮
Been told there's a chance he might have to go NICU for abit but it shouldn't be too bad.
जब तपाई डाक्टर पढ्दै वा पढे्र कतै काम गर्दै हुनुहुन्छ त्यो बेला आफ्ना साथि ,छर छिमेकी केहि भयो भने सोध्न आइपुग्छन ,,, उनिहरु मुख्य काम चाहिँ उपचार गराउने भन्दा पनि कुन डाक्टरको मा जादा राम्रो भन्ने हुन्छ ।।। 😂😂😂
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Ether (from the Latin "aether" and the Greek "eithr," or "the upper and purer air") is believed to have been first synthesized about 1540 by German botanist and chemist Valerius Cordus (1515-1544), who called his discovery "sweet oil of vitriol" and praised its medicinal properties. Paracelsus (1493-1541), a contemporary of Valerius, noted that the "oil" induced sleep in chickens when added to their feed. Frobenius (Froben) named the liquid "ethereal spirits" or "ether" in 1730. #anesthesia#spinalanesthesia#anesthesiologist#medical#intensivecare#ether#volatile
Epidural nerve block has become a significant advance in neuraxial anesthesia and analgesia. Dr. James Leonard Corning described the procedure in 1885 and Cuban anesthesiologist Manual Martinez Curbelo, in 1947, first used an epidural catheter.
The procedure is commonly performed as a sole anesthetic or in combination with spinal or general anesthetic. The duration of anesthesia or analgesia is prolonged when epidural catheters are used. Patients are able to control their pain with patient-controlled epidural analgesia (PCEA) in a manner similar manner to that of intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA). #medical#anesthesia#anesthesiologist#intensivecare#spinalanesthesia#epidural
Subarachnoid (spinal) block is a safe and effective alternative to general anesthesia when the surgical site is located on the lower extremities, perineum (eg, surgery on the genitalia or anus), or lower body wall (eg, inguinal herniorrhaphy). Because of the technical challenges of readily identifying the epidural space and the toxicity associated with the large doses of local anesthetics needed for epidural anesthesia, spinal anesthesia was the dominant form of neuraxial anesthesia well into the 20th century. #anesthesiology#medical#anesthesia#anesthesiologist#intensivecare#spinal#spinalanesthesia