Anaesthesia & Pain Management

Anaesthesia is a medicine which is given to a patient with the motive of them losing consciousness. However, this loss of consciousness is only for a limited time duration during which the doctors aim to operate on or fix the defects in a body. While the intake of anaesthesia is based on the patient's consent, it is recommended to prefer accepting it when undergoing a major operation. When under the effect of anaesthesia, patients are unable to perform any verbal conversation, physical movements or feel anything.

The effects of anaesthesia on the human body?

While the use of anaesthesia is safe and secure, it is the best drug to avoid any issues in the surgery. Anaesthesia is made in a manner that only prevents the mind from acknowledging the fact that the body is undergoing wear and tear of tissues. It has been noticed that anaesthesia does not show any side effects in most cases.

Are you awake during Anaesthesia?

There are a lot of questions arising in a patient's mind before they are ready to accept the intake of anaesthesia. You will get answers to every question in this article. While anaesthesia is of different types, it performs different actions on the body. Doctors use different types of anaesthesia according to the need of the case.

While anaesthesia is meant to make the body unconscious, it does not always react on the entire body. For example, you have to undergo a process to initiate fertility in yourself. In such a case, accepting anaesthesia can help you go through the process with ease.

While undergoing this process, you might or might not be awake under the effect of anaesthesia, depending upon what the doctor recommends. You can always ask a medical professional about it on the details given below.

Anaesthesia and pain management

We understand that you might be worried about the intake of anaesthesia and how it manages the pain of the body. To state in simple language, anaesthesia is made in a manner that makes either the entire body unconscious or a particular part of the body unconscious. Anaesthesia numbs the pain in your body so that you don't feel it.

Since you are unable to feel any kind of pain during the effect of anaesthesia, it helps the doctors to easily cure the problem. You mustn't feel pain during surgery or else you might resist or interrupt the process.

Why is pain management important before surgery?

Pain management is an important aspect of surgery. Since unmanaged pain can result in certain unwanted issues in the body. If your pain is not managed properly before surgery, it might result in you interrupting the surgery. While surgery is a very delicate process, it is important to complete it in one go.

Anaesthesia and Pain management are also necessary since ignoring them can cause some unwanted situations after the surgery. This can include improper sleep due to pain, high blood pressure, digestive problems and other such issues. To avoid this, pain management is taken care of by giving you appropriate painkillers which will slowly relieve you from the pain of the surgery.


That is all you need to know about anaesthesia and pain management. To be true, anaesthesia is a good source of pain management and has helped doctors for years in carrying out successful surgeries. Thus, their use is safe and successful.

For a better understanding of anaesthesia and pain management, you might prefer to meet a medical professional.

Request an appointment at Apollo Cradle, DELHI-NCR - Moti Nagar. Call 1860-500-1066 to book an appointment.

1. Does the process of initiating fertility in the body require the use of anaesthesia?

If you are going through an implantation process, it generally does not require anaesthesia. It is a simple process and can be completed easily. However, there can be cases in which doctors recommend the use of anaesthesia to ensure the success of the process.

2. When will I meet an anaesthetist?

You will generally meet the anaesthetist just before the operation, who will consult you about the use of anaesthesia on your body.

3. Are there any side effects of anaesthesia?

While it varies with the body type of every individual, you may or may not have side effects of anaesthesia. Although, in certain cases, there are mild effects only. (if any)

4. How do doctors give you anaesthesia?

There are certain ways to give anaesthesia to patients. This includes the methods of injection, inhalation, topical lotion or spray. Any preferred method can be adopted by the doctor to give you anaesthesia.

5. How do you breathe during the effect of anaesthesia?

When you are under the effect of anaesthesia, doctors use a breathing tube to provide oxygen to your body. This will maintain the appropriate amount of oxygen inhaled and exhaled from your body.

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