Will pseudo-surgery hurt if I'm asleep? Will I wake up in the process? *UPDATE* The surgery was a success! I added pics, come take a look!

So, tonight my parents are gonna remove a piece of glass that's been lodged in my foot for four years. How I got that piece of glass stuck in there was because I kicked open a glass bookshelf four years ago, when I'm still at the age of ten. I managed to live with it, but just now the piece of glass suddenly emerged from my skin. I tried removing it, but dang that was painful. So my parents decided to remove it when I'm asleep. Now, the question is, will it hurt at all? Will I wake up from the shock?

Thanks in advance for answering.


The operation was a success! I added pics, come take a look! Thanks again for those who have helped me out by commenting and giving me advice!

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Berkin8 years ago
What was the IV for?
Camisado (author)  Berkin8 years ago
They use it to transfer the sleep anesthetic and painkillers.
Berkin Camisado8 years ago

By the way, can you answer my PM?
Camisado (author)  Berkin8 years ago
Yeah, but it kinda hurts. Not so much to make me even complain to the doctor (Lol, force fed martial arts made my pain tolerance very high, but then again that has nothing to do with it, IV shots really doesn't hurt that much), but it would be nicer if they just used chloroform or that gas mask or the like.

I did. Just wait a while, you know how the PMs I sent are...
westfw Camisado8 years ago
No it wouldn't. Gas stinks, makes everything spin around and buzz, and makes you throw up. I had ether when I had my tonsils removed, and I was throwing up for days (which is not good when you've just had throat surgery, eh? Apparently my pediatrician was NOT pleased.) And a bunch of teeth pulled knocking me all the way out with nitrous. Hated it. Went the IV route for more teeth and oral surgery, plus the shoulder surgery - MUCH better. Never understood using nitrous for "pleasure." Yuch! Glad things worked out OK. I've heard that glass is really hard to detect on Xrays, and they usually have to go in and feel around... Maybe XRays have gotten better since then!
Camisado (author)  westfw8 years ago
Oh, okay. Glad to see an expert voice his opinion on what I said. I just assumed it would be better because it's a much more quick and painless alternative, but I guess I'm proven wrong.

Yeah, I'm just glad that now I'll stop getting those really painful shocks in my leg I've been having for the past four years.

And no, I wasn't X-Rayed four years ago, the son of a ***** doctor at the other hospital just stitched up my wounds without saying anything. How the heck can he not know this?! How the heck can he not recommend X-Raying my foot?! I'm actually thinking of getting the law involved and sue that hospital, or at least that screwed up doctor...
Hey, it's been a long time since we talked. The internet service went kaploot. By the way, a made a home made machate with a blackened blade and high impact black resin plastic handle. Just updating. Okay, first order of business... 1. Gas WILL make everything spin, and you might throw up if you have a weak stomach. 2. It may make you high. 3. It disperses quickly, which means shorter operation time, unless they constantly administer the gas, which means you will be sick for DAYS, and possibly build up a resistance. Nextly... 1. How many street fights have you been in? 2. Any operations in result? 3. Scars? Broken bones? Medical conditions? Random times in which you scream in the night like a little baby in its crib? 4. Any street fights with friends? Please answer me if possible. P.S. Nice surgery. Is this the worst one you've had? I'd like to see a leg/foot injury top this.
Camisado (author)  277237738 years ago
Haha, yeah. How have you been? That's cool about the machete. Did you blacken it using paint or the traditional olive oil & Japanese medicine method? Well, it sounds cool either way =) And a resin handle? Wow! You're starting to get really good at this! My handles are always wood or steel, I never used resin before =P

Eh, OK, thanks for the information. Greatly appreciated =)

Ehm, let's see, I've been in many street fights, really. I'm quite good at fighting and my friends always want me in their team for a so-called "gang war" =P

Any operations? No, but I've gotten around 3 stitches, first is because some jerk knifed me in my arm, second is because a bigger jerk dropped a GIANT wooden pole on the top of my head, splitting it open, and the third one isn't really caused by a street fight, me and my cousin was sparring with weapons and he accidentally landed a cut on my thigh with his machete, I got really mad so I split his head open by landing 5 hard consecutive Tonfa blows on his head. We were then both hospitalized =P

Scars? Lots. Broken bones? Once. Medical conditions? Haha, no, I'm perfectly sane, thank you very much.

Sad to say this isn't the worst one I had, my worst one was kinda embarrassing and rather..... Se xu al......

Sorry if I was being too personal. Right now, I'm in Kentucky doing wood and metal work. So far I've made the machete and a couple knives. Tomorrow, I'm going to make nunchuks, and my big project right now is a 'sparring dummy', that will be made of wood, old clothes, and sofa cushions.

I used a very special way to blacken the blade, in a VERY old book called The Chemical Formulary Check it out if you can, I'm learning to make pyrotechnics out of glasss cigar tubes.

Sorry about that last part... Truly....
Camisado (author)  277237738 years ago
Sounds awesome. Take pictures if you can, I'm really looking forward to seeing the results!

Again, sounds awesome. I'll try to get me a copy of the book if I can, although the chances are probably slim to none =P =(

Haha, it's Ok! I don't really keep that much secrets anyways =P
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