Well, my dentist started with laughing gas to calm me down since I am phobic of dentists and have the worst gag reflex ever. After the gas kicked in they calmly said "Now, we are gonna put your wrists in these restraints so you don't move them during the procedure, and I was starting to get loopy and was just like "Yeah, that's a great idea!" then they put some plastic thing in my mouth, I guess to hold it open? I don't really know, I was loopy and was feeling it with my tounge, Then the lady just goes "Here comes the needle!" and I felt a slight sting and my whole arm just got really warm, like, it radiated outwards from where she put the iv in, then I went back to feeling the plastic thing with my tounge, and then nothing. Haha, I have no recollection of falling asleep, or of being woken up, I just recall afterwards I had an ice pack on my face and some nurse was helping me in a wheelchair. Apparently I profusely thanked all the nurses. And I never saw the doctor, he wasn't in the room when I went to sleep, and was out of the room by the time I woke up. It only took about 20 minutes to remove my tooth, but I thought I had been out for hours. I don't remember getting wheeled out, or getting in the car, or the ride home. I remember when we got in my driveway I was somehow texting on my phone, and trying to get out of the car and walk myself and was told I was telling my friend she was soft and was hugging her arm and ****.
Originally Posted by iloveparamore
I also remember my big brother sent me a text that said "How much time is in your wallet" messing with me, then I ate some ice cream, and fell asleep. I don't know how I got to my room, but when I woke up, three of my friends and my brother were in my room, gave me some birthday presents, and started building a shelf I had gotten, I fell asleep watching them do that.
It didn't hurt, I fell asleep at some point, and don't recall alot of what happened in the span of when the IV went in to when I woke up at home in my bed.
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