Been there. Yes, if they do not intubate, then a person who snores will likely snore due to position and excess tissue in the throat area. It's embarrassing by the way to partially wake up and have the anesthetist holding your jaw closed! Ah good times--humbling times.
If I understand it correctly, we snore when our throat relaxes so I think one could definitely snore under anesthesia. I'm sure they've witnessed much more embarrassing things from people while their under.
by JP Carlos 8 years ago
Does your dog snore?I've had lots of dogs before but our dog Mojo snores when he sleeps. His snore like a man. Is this normal?
by mkgirlhp 8 years ago
Hello, I have an 8 week old basset puppy who snores very loudly abput 95% of the tme she is...asleep. We are a non smoking family. Not sure what else it could be or how to help her breath easier. Any suggestions?
by collegedad 6 years ago
How do you handle your spouse' snoring?I write this as I head to the couch yet again. The better half claims that she doesn't snore. Says she just breaths loud.....................she snores. I've done all the usual tricks, but nothing helps. How do you deal with your spouse' snoring?
by Clive Williams 4 years ago
Is snoring contagious? my wife snores but now I have started! Seems airborne.
by sweetie1 6 years ago
Do we need general anesthesia to get third molar pulled out?An American friend told me she got her lower ( mandibular) third molar ( wisdom tooth) removed under general anesthesia. I was under impression that it is routine OPD procedure. So do we really need to be under general anesthesia to get...
by Mahmo 4 years ago
Is it socially acceptable to tell somebody that his breath and mouth smell are not nice ?I do mean a person who is not a friend but he comes for regular meetings with me in a joint business.
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