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Anesthesia and Migraines

Olee at 17h29
01
Jan
2010
Anesthesia and Migraines

After having day surgery this week for a hernia, I wondered if anyone had experienced migraines which they attributed to anesthesia. Anesthesia can have some affects that last for days, nausea,dizziness,headaches etc. I woke up from surgery with a splitting migraine even with all of the drugs in my system. The nurse in recovery was giving me morphine to ease the pain in my stomach area, but the migraine wasn't getting any better. It wasn't until after I went home and started [......]
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