I think "twilight" in this context refers to morphine plus scopalamine. Propofol is probably safer, short half-life, no opiods depressing the CNS.
I had twilight about 30 years ago for wisdom teeth. I remember being partially aroused by the time they were pulling the last one out; I can still hear the sound of it detaching from my gums.
But after, I was pretty high; wanted to go party, and that is what I told my girlfriend at the desk as I was checking out of the Dr's offfice. That is, until the drugs wore off and the pain set in.
No problem here either. I told the doctor that I had sleep apnea and he did not seemed too concerned.
01-29-2015, 12:50 AM
(This post was last modified: 01-29-2015, 12:52 AM by babbins1.)
thank you everyone for all the encouragement. my procedure is Monday. I talked to the anesthesiologist today. he is very nice. he said he has more worry about my heart problem than my sleep apnea. so I will let you guys know how it went.
I forgot to mention: I am scheduled for my titration study on the 16th. I know I wont sleep. I cant sleep in a strange place. will they still give me a cpap machine if I don't sleep? had one many years ago but was unable to use it.