That stronger stuff will have you saying and doing things you probably won't remember.
Oh, the magic of hypnotics.
I've had 2 select nerve blocks in my back done over this past year.
The first time, I was without drugs. & I absolutely -hated it-.
I adore my doctor, but it really was uncomfortable, and to make it worse, I must have tensed up at least a dozen times in fear.
I could not stop swearing and muttering commands under my breath, like,
"Get that #! thing out of my *&^! back. Now. Now. NOW. Lets get ON with this!", etc., etc.
The second time I opted for the drug.
They tell you that you're able to communicate during the procedure (this is necessary), you just won't remember anything.
So I did it, but afterwards I started thinking hmmm..., "I wonder what came out my mouth during that
What if the hypnotic lowers your inhibitions, too?
What if I tried to climb off the surgery table or called my doctor a bunch of awful names? Aaaaggghhh!
At least the first time, I could control the volume of my swearing, but oh, no...did I have any
Oh, I cannot think about it anymore, I'm just cringing...but they work, I know this much - I remembered nothing.