The Back Of The Back Still Hurts After An Anesthetic Injection?
I want to ask, is the local anesthetic effect really long? After the surgery, I took the iron pen in my leg, then I continued to put the anesthetic in half of the body (from the abdomen to the tip of the foot) and then injected the anesthetic right from behind the tailbone. I already had the surgery day after I felt sick when the anesthesia was gone (about 2 days ago) the doctor said, it took 1×24 hours, but how come the effect was even worse day by day? awry. Sleeping on his back hurts if he is brought to sit his head hurts so that his headache comes from his spine so it spreads upwards. at first I thought high blood pressure might be more uncomfortable. Anybody know? Is this the effect? How many days did it heal properly ?? I was worried because when the pen was put on the anesthesia it only felt on the legs (so the legs were sore on the stitches) but this was actually at the spot where the anesthesia … In fact, the legs were not too rich first. What wrong point can there be a result?
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Maybe what you mean is spinal anesthesia where anesthesia is done by injecting anesthetic medicine into the spinal column so that the body below the waist becomes numb. Spinal anesthesia still makes people who do conscious action without sedation or sleep. Spinal anesthesia itself is very fast process where in 5-10 minutes it has an effect starting from the difficulty moving the feet to not being able to move the feet at all but it will also feel numb and unable to control urination.
Some of the side effects that can arise from the spinal anesthesia process include allergic reactions, causing headaches, pain at the injection site such as back pain, nerve disorders, urinary disorders and others. Recovery itself varies from individual to individual, which can take several hours to several days. Keep consuming the medicine given by the doctor as recommended, start doing activities gradually so as not to lie too long in bed, maintain fluid intake and food intake, compress the affected area with warm or cold compresses, and carry out periodic control especially if complaints increase other than to carry out post-pen control.
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