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    If someone is getting hydrodistension with dmso for therapeutic effects and they are not getting general anesthesia, what kind of anesthesia would they get? I reqested not to have general anesthesia because of the long recovery
    Diagnosed with IC October 2009- through bladder biopsy (no glomerations or hunners ulcers found, just irritation)

    I have moderate-severe IC

    Currently stopped taking all medications due to pregnancy

  • #2
    I usually have a spinal, but it also takes time to "wear off."

    Donna
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    • #3
      I had mine done with General because the spinal always makes my back hurt really bad. The general was very easy. I cried before I went in, which is par for "my course" but after that things went very well. Afterwards I was really sore but nothing crazy. I wasn't any better or any worse, except for the soreness. Good luck.
      Katie-46 yr old female dx'd with IC after 15 years of symptoms off and on long term antibiotic use, GERD,IBS and now IC diet, gallbladder removed, endometrial ablation w/tubes tied
      Lexapro-20 mg
      Aciphex
      Ambien-as needed
      Percocet-7.5 up to 3 per day as needed
      Valium-10 mg x2 per day
      Phenergan-1 at night
      Prelief w/everything
      Now recovering from acute pancreatitis

      Currents treatments that help somewhat:
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      • #4
        is this the same spinal they give some women who are in labour? yikes I hear its very painfull. Is that the same thing as regional anesthesia ?i think thats what the drs assistant was talking about
        Diagnosed with IC October 2009- through bladder biopsy (no glomerations or hunners ulcers found, just irritation)

        I have moderate-severe IC

        Currently stopped taking all medications due to pregnancy

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        • #5
          The one they give to patients in labor I believe is called an epidural. When I have a spinal, I have no feeling at all from the waist down to the tips of my toes for a while.

          Donna
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          Elmiron Eye Disease Fact Sheet (Downloadable) - https://www.ic-network.com/wp-conten...nFactSheet.pdf

          Have you checked the ICN Shop?
          Click on ICN Shop at the top of this page. You'll find Bladder Builder and Bladder Rest, both of which we are finding have excellent results.

          Patient Help: http://www.ic-network.com/patientlinks.html

          Sub-types https://www.ic-network.com/five-pote...markably-well/

          Diet list: https://www.ic-network.com/interstitial-cystitis-diet/

          AUA Guidelines: https://www.ic-network.com/aua-guide...tial-cystitis/

          I am not a medical authority nor do I offer medical advice. In all cases, I strongly encourage you to discuss your medical treatment with your personal medical care provider. Only they can, and should, give medical recommendations to you.
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          • #6
            I'm curious about this also. I am going to have this procedure done in the next month or so. I hesitated because I was told I have to be put to sleep. I'd rather not be. So being awake is an option? I'm wondering why I wasn't told that. I suppose I could call the doctor's office. Then of course I will get a phone call three days later.
            Frances

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            • #7
              You can look it up but a spinal is basically the same thing as an epidural.
              Katie-46 yr old female dx'd with IC after 15 years of symptoms off and on long term antibiotic use, GERD,IBS and now IC diet, gallbladder removed, endometrial ablation w/tubes tied
              Lexapro-20 mg
              Aciphex
              Ambien-as needed
              Percocet-7.5 up to 3 per day as needed
              Valium-10 mg x2 per day
              Phenergan-1 at night
              Prelief w/everything
              Now recovering from acute pancreatitis

              Currents treatments that help somewhat:
              Heating pad
              Hot baths
              Ice
              Being VERY still while lying down with legs elevated

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              • #8
                You have a few weeks to do your research and ask a lot of questions if you are so uneasy. Maybe set up an appt soon with the anestheaseologist who will be tending to you. A lot of times they will talk with you prior to your procedure (not the same day, but way before). Do wish you luck, let everyone know how you make out. Hang in there honey, and don't get all stressed out. Jill, wife of Bob

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