Before starting the Cesarean, a surgeon asked me to extend both hands for administering blood, IV, general anasthesia, oxytoxin etc.
An oxygen mask was put on my mouth and I was asked to breath in and out. Another doctor gave the general anasthesia – one big picagari of white fluid injected through blood vein of my right hand.
And, I passed out after just three seconds!
The operation lasted for 3 hours.
I could felt the pain at my incision (bikini line cut) seconds after I woke up. And, more pain when they moved me from the operation table to a trolley bed.
Before the operation, the doctor said general anasthesia could last for 24 hours. But, why I can still felt a little pain?
And, the catherer also made me feel so uncomfortable. I didn’t like the feeling of a tube been hooked to my urine tract.
I was immobilised for 8 hours. No food and liquid intake was allowed for 6 hours after operation. My throat felt so dry!
My stomach feel so bloated with gases and my head felt so heavy.
They gave me morphine injection pain-killer once in 4 hours. And, two tablets of paracetamol and a tablet of an orange colored pain-killer in between.
However, I could still feel the pain especially when I moved.
The morphine caused me to sleep so heavily.