Btw in wondering if ethyl pyruvate will help this
I was on it in the hospital and switched to dilaudid and oxy , fentanyl isn't isn't the best pain medication. It's somewhat serotonergic which makes it worse than other opioids but opioids in general are fairly safe and I don't think fentanyl is that dangerousYou are not on fentanyl that is a good thing I am relieved.
Dangerous stuff and I thought it may have been adding to your sensitivities.
I've had cold sensitivity before the surgery but it got better when in good air. I even slept in a van outside in a new jersey winter pre surgery because the air was good .So you never had the cold sensitivity before the surgery?
I've had cold sensitivity before the surgery but it got better when in good air. I even slept in a van outside in a new jersey winter pre surgery because the air was good .
And the cold sensitivity wasn't usually as extreme.
Then after the surgery it got worse and in winter I needed heat packs on my neck to stop spasms and scarves and stuff but it wasn't really really extreme. In the past week or two tho (which is a year or more after surgery) it got really extreme wherein I had muscle spasms and jitters and tremors just from slightly cool air... like 5 degrees under room temperature. Maybe ten degrees at most.
Pretty sure just a mixture of midazolam propofol and fentanyl like with most major surgeriesWhat type of anesthesia was used during the surgery?