Thursday, September 12, 2013 10:58:28 AM
@ CrakrJak: Apropos of nothing, have you checked out the YouTube channel Wranglerstar? If you haven't, watch his recent video about his bees from the other day. I could be wrong, but I suspect you`ll like it. He`s a pretty amazing guy.
Thursday, September 12, 2013 5:57:13 AM
"...the operation meant that post-operative pain would be quite severe. Loss of inhibitions? Definitely."
Been there. Was 12yrs. old and making inappropriate passes at the nurses in the recovery room. Thankfully I'd "came to my senses before they wheeled me out.
Also, age 3, had scarlet fever, 104 Â°F. Hallucinated that I opened the window and flew over the city. And you know that line in Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb, "My hands felt like two balloons..."? Yeah, I can remember that feeling and it scares me to this day.
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 8:16:11 PM
I've woken up from anesthesia a few times ... it makes you groggy, not stupid. You don`t have a loss of memory or inhibitions, ffs. Fake as hell. I don`t know whether they were both playing or just him and she didn`t know, but it was fake as hell.
I think you`re very likely right, but drugs can affect different people differently and drug combinations can have different effects.
When I came out of anesthesia, I wasn`t groggy. I was high. As far as I know, I`d been given morphine because the nature of the operation meant that post-operative pain would be quite severe. Loss of inhibitions? Definitely.
I think that sedatives can also be used with anesthesia. Sedatives can temporarily mess with memory.
Anesthesia involves a roostertail of very potent drugs, so I`d pencil this is as possibly being true (though probably not).