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... I just had foot surgery this past Monday. It's common for them to now use BOTH types of anesthia. You're put to sleep with the IV drip, and then given another anesthetic which you breath. It is very mild compared to "gases" that was used years ago. ... (13 replies)
... I know he is cutting the V shape out of the bone and all that and my bunion has gotten bigger sicne Sept when I first went in so maybe they just want to make sure by putting you to sleep you know... if they run into anything else. ... (13 replies)
... Actually, you won't be awake if you have either IV sedation or general anesthesia. They both knock you out. I THINK that general is usually used for more invasive surgery. ... (13 replies)

... ou're still in your presurgery days you may want to check with your doctor to see if you can take a supplement. Also, lots of vitamin C in the days leading up to surgery helps as well, but again, check with your doctor! ... (13 replies)
... I had my first bunion surgery at 19 too! ... (14 replies)
... I had bunion surgery on my right foot last September 1st. ... (17 replies)
... op. I think I was there and hour.. hour and a half at most after my surgery was done. ... (17 replies)
... What type of anesthesia was used for bunion surgery. ... (17 replies)
... Yes, that video is scarey,they should deffinetely give you IV sedation.I don't believe they will do just local. You will feel as if you took a long nap and should not remember much. ... (8 replies)
... I had a local with sedation and don't remember a thing. Ask for the IV sedation, it is the way to go if you think you are going to be stresses out by the sounds and sights of surgery. ... (8 replies)
... I also had IV sedation and i had a spinal when I had my c-section. I remember waking up a few times during my foot surgery. I looked back at the anethisologist (sp?) and was ready to tell him I needed more when I fell back under! My c-section went fine. I heard everyone talking, my husband soothing me, and my baby's first cry! I actually had two c's. (13 replies)
... Hi, Thank you so much. Polly (13 replies)
... I had IV sedation and it was great! ... (13 replies)
... I am new to these boards and after doing a lot of reading I've decided to post. On Wednesday June 13th I had surgery for a bunion on my right foot, I had a scarf osteotomy with a bone graft. I had IV sedation with a nerve block. ... (4 replies)
... I went through multiple iv sedations with two bunion surgeries. ... (37 replies)
... IV sedation for my bunion surgery. ... (37 replies)
Screw removal
Jul 27, 2004
... Yup, it's me again.I went to the doctor today and he said that he has to remove some scar tissue from the incision on my former hammertoe and has to remove the screw from my former bunion.He will do this in his office. When I had the screws removed from my other foot it was another surgery(iv sedation and local) 2 weeks out of work.This Doctor says its no big deal just numb... (4 replies)
... I am getting IV sedation,, I dont want to hear or remember any of this! ... (12 replies)
... I'll be having a bunionectomy on Friday. I've never had one done before, so I can't tell you anything from personal experience, but I did ask my podiatric surgeon if she would do it under local only. She said she didn't recommend it, because 1. she uses a torniquet above the foot to keep blood out of the surgical area, and after 45 minutes or so that gets painful (and she... (16 replies)
... There was a girl at work who had bunion surgery and I started talking to her about it. She kept telling me how happy she was with the result, so I started seriously considering surgery. ... (6 replies)


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