Whilst on this forum, it was brought back to memory of an incident that happened to me in a very small hospital. I was having cosmetic surgery (which the doctor did not do well enough and we have planned to reschedule for free). Anyway, I'm thinking about asking him the next go around to give me a different anesthesiologist, but before I do I need to know if this is normal. He was doing surgery on my face and I was put under general anesthesia.
I noticed that the anesthesiologist seemed to struggle but then I passed out and obviously don't remember much after that. When I woke she, the anesthesiologist, told me that I was a difficult .....I forgot the medical term... I think it was 'intubate' that she said.
So I went home to recuperate. I noticed that my mouth was severely scratched up, but healed within days I guess because of the high cell turnover in the mouth. Then my throat was so scratched and messed up that I was getting these atrocious shooting pains coming from the throat. I was wondering, what did this anesthesiologist do to me, beat me up whilst I was under! My nose started hurting really bad as if she had broken the septum or something. It sure felt like it.
Then I passed a huge dark reddish blood clot from the nose! Like I've stated, she did say I was difficult and gave me a note about it but I was roughed up badly. I don't think it should have been that way even if I was difficult. What do you think?