last week i had my wisdom teeth taken out. i agreed to have general anesthesia. so they put me to sleep for the procedure. the last thing i remember is the oral surgeon putting an IV in my arm, and the next thing i remember is waking up once the procedure was over.the doctor apparently told my mom at some point that i was getting an amnesia drug. why would i get that? is that standard for anyone?while i was having my procedure done, my mom talked with a girl and her mother in the waiting room. the girl was going to have her wisdom teeth extracted after me and was being put to sleep also.when i was in the "recovery room" with my mom, i was a little confused but remember most of what was going on. i was feeling nauseous whenever i sat up, so i stayed in there for about 45 minutes. at one point, my mom and i heard the oral surgeon and nurse in the other room with the girl, not exactly yelling, but telling her to "sit still, sit still, sit still!"if the girl was put to sleep, why would she be moving around and why would they need to tell her to sit still? can anyone explain this? thanks.i am hoping it is not what i'm thinking...btw, i didn't mean to post this under NS discussion, i meant to do general nursing discussion but now i'm not sure how to move it.